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  • FUNNY HORSE FLIPS OVER STALLS

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    05-11-2012, 11:08 AM
  #11
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I can't believe anyone would find a horse that flips over "funny" or "amusing". I hope they're one of the first to leave although, who would take in a horse like that? :( sad for the horses. I hope the new owners has enough capital to clean this property up as it sounds like it's going to need some work.
     
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    05-11-2012, 11:15 AM
  #12
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Originally Posted by crimsonsky    
i can't believe anyone would find a horse that flips over "funny" or "amusing". I hope they're one of the first to leave although, who would take in a horse like that? :( sad for the horses. I hope the new owners has enough capital to clean this property up as it sounds like it's going to need some work.
Especially not if it hit it's poll on the wrong thing. It would not be getting up again.
     
    05-11-2012, 11:42 AM
  #13
Yearling
Like I said, few of their horses are treated with kindness. She's mentioned to friends that he started it under saddle (understandable, the girl hauls on this poor boys mouth so much I wouldn't be surprised if he came up with broken teeth from her.) And the on the ground after she put a shank on him. He's not a mean pony, but he's learned that flipping himself over gets her out of his face. I believe she found it amusing because she's not to keen on me taking over managment. It takes all of my self control not to smack this little buckle bunny when she goes to running her mouth. The new BO doesn't like her much either.

Its to the point that he's considered whether or not we're going to need police reinforcement when we give them the news. I've said so simply for the level of violence I've seen from them, and the fact that there are some valuable pieces of equipment and animals out there. His wife, god bless her, doesn't want the minors wrapped up in cops though, so idk. *sigh
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    05-11-2012, 12:16 PM
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I'd be all about the law enforcement. You know what? They have to learn some time and might as well be now when they're minors and their records can be sealed when they come of age. Who knows - might help them out some in the long run.

Good luck!
     
    05-11-2012, 12:35 PM
  #15
Yearling
Every body out if they stay they will think every thing is the same or hate the new owner and start trouble
     
    05-11-2012, 08:28 PM
  #16
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Originally Posted by AnalisaParalyzer    
Its to the point that he's considered whether or not we're going to need police reinforcement when we give them the news. I've said so simply for the level of violence I've seen from them, and the fact that there are some valuable pieces of equipment and animals out there. His wife, god bless her, doesn't want the minors wrapped up in cops though, so idk. *sigh
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If you even think you might need the cops there, have them there! And and more I hear, the more I think that you need to just get rid of the whole bunch, period. I would ask that everyone be present, have the police there, hand out the 24 hour notices and require that they make arrangements through you to come onto the property to get thier horse and stuff. Put a lock on the place - maybe even hire security to enforce that they are not allowed on the premises.

Any horse still present at hour 25 will be turned over to the animal control as abandoned.
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    05-11-2012, 10:19 PM
  #17
Yearling
Ok key words MINORS-PARTY PLACE-DANGEROUS BEHAVIOR

This sounds like one hell of a law suit waiting to happen.
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    05-12-2012, 10:18 AM
  #18
Yearling
It would have been had something serious happened there. The pd around here turns a blind eye to most underage drinking, and fights are usually solved by sending everybody home. There hasn't been any consequences for these kids. They seem to think since "none of the horses are dead" that they've been "meeting the requirements of a boarding barn". Actual words from the girl who was running it.
As per florida law, should my boss chose to keep the horses left there after 25 hrs, they're his. And I don't think it would be so bad if a couple of these horses stayed.

The final decision was 24 hrs for anyone not willing to comply with the new rules, one week for anyone who wants to stay and meet the requirements. Cops for the initial meeting, and if necessary for the removal of whoever doesnt want to cooperate. Any horses left will be held for a week, and the owner will have to pay for the feed and care of the horse during their absence in order to get it back. Anything left after a week will be sent to the spca. I can only hope that my one good boarder decides to stay, and the rifraff decides to go. We'll be giving out notice on monday, after the new BO signs all the papers
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    05-12-2012, 10:46 AM
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I look forward to reading how this goes. :) good luck!
     
    05-12-2012, 10:58 AM
  #20
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If these underage kids are drinking and having sex parties on the property, whoever owns the place could be in serious legal trouble. It needs to be cleaned up immediately. Otherwise, the new BO will basically be running an underage party den and could actually go to jail for allowing it. There also have got to be huge liability issues; he could get sued by some of the parents.
     

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