Originally Posted by horsietori
It isn't easy finding a new barn because price is a factor and my colt isn't gelded.
Well gee..... ever heard of "You get what you pay for"? You can't stomp on into a restaurant with a McDonalds budget and expect to be served steak and lobster!
So many horses she is running out of hay and room. Uh... why do you care? I board my horse and when hay runs low I go buy more. My BO doesn't come screeching at me that "your hay is LOW", now if I actually let it run out she might but low? Oh please... Out of room? That's the whole point of a boarding facility, to fill itself to capacity. Nobody ever made any $$ or broke even with a half-empty facility!
Dry lot pastures, no indoor, crappy footing in the outdoor, dangerous round pen.... So were all these problems not there BEFORE you moved in? Did the indoor just get up and run away one day?
You can't complain about existing problems because they are EXISTING, as in you should have toured the place and gone "well gee, this place isn't very well maintained, I won't board here"!!
Why do you care if she dumps HER wheelbarrow!? I don't dump the wheelbarrow at the end of the night. It's cold and I'm tired, no horse ever suffered from having a full wheelbarrow in the corner of the barn, so I leave it and dump it before I start the next night.
You are at a CHEAP barn, you are getting CHEAP service. Want better? Go elsewhere and PAY FOR IT!