Moving to a new barn? i hope!

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    07-08-2012, 09:30 AM
Moving to a new barn? i hope!

I am soooo excited. We just have to work out the price and then move our 8. There are 4 pasture fields. 2 are big enough to keep all 8 in. A riding ring. A gorgeous 17 stall barn. It has a little work to do but that is part of the deal. And everything that is happening is for sure, going in writing. The lady that owned it had it forclosed on, she left her horses behind and skipped town. So the new people bought it and have done an amazing job fixing it up already. I am sooo excited because if you knew all the problems we are having at our old place, you would super excited to :).

The current place, the board owners let the neighbors little kids ride their fourwheelers in OUR horse field. That we pay for. They don't. There are donut marks everywhere. They run up behind the horses and rev up, they chase the horses, they will cut us off half way to a jump. Then they tore a building down, tossed it in the field. Dammed up half the natural spring, so it dried up. They let their dogs chase our horses. Shoot guns in the field, drink in the field. We need a new place.
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    07-09-2012, 03:13 PM
Sounds like you will be better off .. Good Luck and post pictures!!!
    07-12-2012, 03:46 AM
I am so happy for you! When I was reading your post I got really excited! Haha! It sounds like the place you were at before was no good. You're going to have so much fun at your new place. Good luck!

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