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    06-23-2013, 04:37 PM
  #11
Weanling
The man has no business with this stallion. He isn't even halter broke, yet he is proud as punch that his horse might have sired a baby. It is not my job, but I guess tomorrow I will be calling some vets, but these people do not have any money. The owner of the stallion has offered money for extra feed and stuff, but no way would he pay for something to abort the "precious" baby he is hoping for. I wish I had land I would take her, just to have a horse to ride, and oh yes, when a previous owner had a vet out about her leg, the vet said she couldn't be ridden and she needed to be put down. This is what happens when someone goes out and buys a horse they know nothing about.
     
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    06-23-2013, 04:46 PM
  #12
Started
Yes, I undersand that all you can do, is suggest what should be done. Too many people with horses when they don't know the first thing and worse, those who own stallions and don't get them gelded or at least, keep them properly fenced. I'd be having the stallion owner's guts for garters!

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    06-23-2013, 05:30 PM
  #13
Trained
Do NOT call the vet. If you do YOU will be responsible for the bill.
This is going to sound a little harsh.
THIS is NOT your problem. IMPO you are worrying about a matter of which you have no control. Far too much may I add.
The people who bought the injured starved mare and the stallion owner who cannot train or house a stallion are the ones who need to take the steps to have the mare fed and the stallion gelded and the vet called out.
Let this matter go. If the neither the mare owner or stallion owner listen to your suggestions then the only thing you can do is move on. Call animal control and let them deal with the matter. Shalom
     
    06-23-2013, 05:34 PM
  #14
Trained
Sad but true DB
     
    06-23-2013, 09:37 PM
  #15
Started
I do agree what others have posted but if my friend couldn't afford the shot and I had money to spare I'd have her Lut'd. I would be ashamed to be that stallion owner. He has no respect for your friend just sees a chance of a foal by his stallion on the ground.
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    06-23-2013, 09:51 PM
  #16
Yearling
The whole situation seems a recipe for disaster. A scary crazy neighbor with a stud horse that he CAN'T and WON'T contain...and an unhealthy mare owned by someone who can't afford the vet out to lute. =/

I am not sure I'd get involved. It honestly sounds like a situation that is worth more heartbreak for the outsider that CARES than the individuals creating the mess.

OP, there comes a point where it's just best to not invest yourself emotionally in a situation. You can't save everyone. =(
     
    06-23-2013, 09:52 PM
  #17
Yearling
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Originally Posted by MyLittlePonies    
I do agree what others have posted but if my friend couldn't afford the shot and I had money to spare I'd have her Lut'd. I would be ashamed to be that stallion owner. He has no respect for your friend just sees a chance of a foal by his stallion on the ground.
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Sounds like even if they got the mare luted, that guy wouldn't stop a future breeding, and may even create an opportunity for studdikins.
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    06-23-2013, 10:27 PM
  #18
Banned
I reckon its an 8 foot fence to keep back a stud-- not sure about texas.

Id be calling animal controll if his dangerous horse got into my property-- an untrained horse can hurt someone bad and worse- kill someone!

That man probably let him over there if he's that excited about him breeding- I've seen people do crazy things like that too many times- sorry to be speculating, lol.

Id definitely call animal control if it happens in the future and I agree with the others it will so just be prepared- or let your neighbors know because its unsafe for everyone-- the stud- mare- people on the property- livestock- etcetra.
     
    06-23-2013, 10:29 PM
  #19
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Maybe find someone to move her to? Call animal control to make them contain him. They only get so many warnings before AC takes the horse and fines them. It's free to call the AC.
     
    06-23-2013, 10:35 PM
  #20
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Does the supposed stud get out at night? Try keeping her in a horse trailer when you're gone. It's not the best solution for all but doable if you want to prevent something. I would have your friend call AC, get her shot, and get her in a trailer or some type of stall when you're not home.
     

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