Thanks everyone! I'm going to call the owners today and see if I can't get them to feed them hay as well. If nothing else, I'll go down there and give it to them myself, I know where they keep the hay. The problem is, we've boarded there for so long, that there isn't really any written agreement anywhere that I know of. We've boarded there literally since 1994, so there's probably an agreement somewhere, but it wasn't for the horse I have now. It's really convoluted. My mom dated the owner of the barn for a really long time, and when they broke up, things got crazy. He didn't charge us very much at all after the break up since we let them use the horses for lessons. Then they got some people to lease the farm from him, and he told us our deal was off. Well, we couldn't afford to have two horses in a stall because of the regular price, so we were forced to send them to the pasture. Then, the new leasers weren't working out because everyone complained about them, so they took back over.
His new wife is nice, but because my mom is his ex-girlfriend, she probably isn't going to want to do us any favors. :( This is another reason we are bringing them to my house, but we aren't finished with the fence yet. Its so complicated, its ridiculous, but the bottom line is that I need to know my horses are OK. And I've been worried sick. Of course its snowing today and we're supposed to get about 4". :(
Mommy to Minnie, Lilly, and Tanner.