Well, I ended up having to pay her $1700 to get my pony back. Hard to prove a negative. :( BUT, she was after $9200, which was $1000 more than her "seizure" notice said after I sent her the court papers. The judge figured out she was lying about it quickly, wouldn't even let her witnesses speak as she knew they were there to lie. Because I had no written proof that I had verbally rescended my sales contract from when I hurt my back, she was awarded $3400. However, when I reminded the judge that he wasn't there for over 2 years (but I didn't have dates to prove it) she gave me $1700 credit for that. She was so pissed she started making a scene in the court room, accosted my children telling them to stay the f***( off her property, then told me my husband was trying to cheat on me, told him I was cheating on him and gave him a bunch of made up details, then when I went to get him, she had blocked her drive sideways with her car and wouldn't let me or the police on the property, yes I brought the police. She flips us off everytime she drives by and she rides her horses past us to flip us off all the time. ( she lives a mile away) She refused to give me my saddle, halter, lead rope, or a book my daughter had written and was letting her read (only copy-hand written). Lied and said my tack belonged to the therapy place on her property. Since it wasn't listed in the court papers, there was nothing the police could do. I am considering taking her back to court as since then, I have figured out that I believe she actually sold my horse to someone else, thinking I wasnt' going to fix my fence and would never find out and that is why she freaked out when she found out I was taking him home. It has been quite the mess. I have them both boarded close by me now and I have half my fence fixed to bring them home. Thank you all for your support!