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    12-02-2012, 11:44 PM
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Barn problems

I live in china and this barn is the best you can get. I board my thoroughbred here most of the time it's ok. But some people are really unprofessional my horses stall is cleaned once a week, most of the time I do it(not complaining but my parents are paying a lot of money for the full care board)My stuff gets borrowed and never put back. I got my horse a halter with his name on it for Christmas last year, it got borrowed many times then broken. The BO docent care about the school horses they are all over worked and dieing early. One horse could have four one hour lessons a day. My BO calls himself a horse lover when really he only likes warmbloods.what really makes me mad is the care of the horses he dosent care about. My horse is doing ok because I go everyday and do work myself. My freinds thourugbred got a fungal infection and his hoofs were falling apart because of the dirty damp bedding in his stall. Another school horse has cataracts the BO won't let him see the vet. Thers this warmblood who has leg problems and is only aloud out for 20 minuits a week and is wacked in the face every time he sticks his head out to nuzzle you for attention know he is head shy and very violent to certain people. The BO has considered sending him to the slaughter house for money. But my freind the BOs kid stopped him.Famous riders like Ludger beerbaum have ridden in China but don't know what really goes on in barns here
     
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    12-02-2012, 11:49 PM
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Green Broke
What is the point of your post - are you looking for advice, just wanting to gripe or??
If it's the former - on the issue of the lack of care, your parents (as the paying, contracting party) need to address the issue of not getting what they are paying for with the BO/BM; on the issue of your equipment and it's being "borrowed", invest in a locking tack box/trunk and/or transport your stuff back and forth with you from home to barn vs. leaving it at the barn.
If it's the latter, can't help you.
     

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