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    09-05-2012, 01:36 PM
  #51
Foal
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Originally Posted by aforred    
I wish you the best of luck getting your horse back, and I'm glad you're being smart about it.

I can't believe they would make you put up that much money unless she can provide reasonable evidence that you owe her, which she shouldn't be able to do.
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She is using an old contract that was verbally rescended against me. But, her own actions prove my story, not hers. However, I have to get to court to do that and in order to get my horse before going to court, they would make me put up the bond in case they side with her is what the attorney said.
     
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    09-05-2012, 01:37 PM
  #52
Foal
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Originally Posted by Roperchick    
can you get a written statement from the owners of the horse that your geldinng was being a companion for?

That would help. If they were there to say Your horse was with them at X date for X long...then the crazy chick would be SOL because they would be proving, hey the horse was with us, not at her barn so she can't ask for money??? Idk.

But yeah I would definitely talk to Bird (Barn Owner Holding my horses hostage thread) because her situation was very similar.
that would be awesome, but they are friends of hers I was trying to help out for her!
     
    09-06-2012, 09:21 PM
  #53
Yearling
Get a bolt cutters, go over there with your trailer, cut the lock and take that horse before they even know what's happening.
     
    09-06-2012, 09:36 PM
  #54
Weanling
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Originally Posted by tigggr1570    
i was going to do.that, but that would be destroying her personal.property and I could be arrested. ;(
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Not if you took the padlock with you what damage? Padlock? I didnt see no padlock. I don't know what your talking about I just came and got my horse.



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    09-06-2012, 09:53 PM
  #55
Foal
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Originally Posted by ShannonSevenfold    
Get a bolt cutters, go over there with your trailer, cut the lock and take that horse before they even know what's happening.
She has my trailer. When my back was injured and I didn't think I could keep my horses, I sold it to her! :( She didn't pay me for 2 years, and when I asked her for the money,-she paid me- funny, she never mentioned owing HER money then even though it was after the time she says I owe her money for. Go figure! Kind of like none of my monthly invoices show any past due balance listed.
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    09-07-2012, 01:53 AM
  #56
Foal
I don't know how you are staying so calm. I am hyper protective of my horse. I would just break the lock and ride the horse into the sunset. You can't get arrested for that. She is bluffing. Its your property and she stole it. I'm sorry but my $6000 horse is worth a little more then a padlock. The worst they can do it fine you for damages. You're probably looking at a lawsuit might as well keep your horse safe until it gets sorted out. Can you borrow a trailer? If she has no documentation of the 10k owed you can just laugh at her in court. Then charge her for stealing you horse. One a side note in my town you can still hang people for stealing horses.
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    09-07-2012, 07:56 AM
  #57
Foal
I am tying to stay calm and not make it worse. Hard for me to do as I am an action person. I have a family ro think about as well as my horse so I am trying to keep what I do above.board and give her no ammo against me. My court date was set quickly.
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    09-07-2012, 08:24 AM
  #58
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Glad to hear you already have a court date! I hope it's sooner than later. We'll be praying everything goes your way and you can take your horse home safe and sound.

Kudos to you for handling this so well. Not sure I could do the same!!!
     
    09-07-2012, 08:59 AM
  #59
Foal
Believe me. It hasn't been easy to be the rational one. ;(
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    09-09-2012, 01:29 AM
  #60
Yearling
I really, honestly think you should just go get him. I've heard of his happening before and people literally cut the lock, leave a new one, and ride their horses to an awaiting trailer.

They then settle the money aspect in court.

No one can make you do that though, and it seems like you're a bit too timid to try it. It'll sort itself out. You may be able to bring the people who were using your horse as a companion animal to court to testify that they had him.

If you owed her 10 grand and she's keeping a horse from you because of it, she would have had to keep the other horse as well. That was a stupid move on her part (much like the rest of her actions).

While you're at it, make sure you toss in "pain and suffering" as well as make er pay the lawyer and court fees when you win.
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