That adoption agency sounds tough. Lots of "stuff" attached to have to follow up with... IMO. I was looking at one and one of the requirements was to have to board the horse inside. I withdrew. Just alot of stipulations for becoming the real "owner".
My friend adopted from them last year and it's been smooth sailing. And she even adopted under special circumstánces. But indoor board isn't a problem for me. My School only does stall board. Posted via Mobile Device
I noticed that his feet looked kind of small, too. Part of that is an optical illusion since the oiled hoof has picked up some white sand which hides part of the foot. But, his hooves are a bit small and the front right heel looks a bit underslung.
That's good. Maybe their policies are new because that seems like lots of followups. Just seems like alot on that application form to do. But that's just me. I would just rather outright own the horse. Too much stuff to take care of in the form of paperwork.