Join Date: Sep 2007
Location: Cologne, Germany
I do know this from experience. A stable that works nicely can turn in coupla months. It is the same like with your car mechanic, sometimes you need to look for another.
We had our horse in a stable we thought it was nice. But after some months or so we found out they did not care enough. One day PK came from the pasture and had his left front leg injured by a fence wire. Nobody called us (cell phone #s are on the box gate). PK had luck, wound was fresh enough to have it stapled by a vet. So we went on searching in our region to find us a new barn with people more interested in their job. Was not an easy task but…. We moved after couple months and are very happy now.
I think you need to establish a priority list. Is the home for your horse more important than meeting your friends?
Make it a great day!
Jo & Pretty Kohilent