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post #11 of 33 Old 08-09-2011, 07:50 PM
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I think I am going to move them and listen to yall, I love my horses to much to even take a chance! I found a really nice facility with very few boarders wich means little to no drama and my horses will be peaceful again. I do have another gelding but he is in Ocala FL in training (going to be a reiner). He will be back in about 6 months.
@ shelby.. I do have my gelding for sale but only because I need good money. And I ill not sell my mare or my show gelding..I do take care of them, they get fed,wormed,shots,etc and get groomed everynite, I just can't ride all the time.... I ride about 2 hours a week...if you call that not taking care of my horses to the extent to where I should sell them, youve gotta be a little loopy....
Glad you've found a place you like! Sometimes it's tough to find a place you really like with little or no drama. I hope it works out for you and wish the best!
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post #12 of 33 Old 08-09-2011, 08:01 PM Thread Starter
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amp23 is 110% awesome! And Yeah, its not the closest boardning facility, there is one about amile from my house but there are abunch of middle schooled kids running the place and the facility owner is never there and in really bad debt so imma pass on that one. The one I found has 5 older women and they are super nice, the facility is really nice too! Very clean!!! And has alot of amenities, like trails and an arena! Its $250 a month, NOT bad for this kind of facility at all!!! I just need the lady to get back with me!
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post #13 of 33 Old 08-09-2011, 08:03 PM
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Glad you found a place to move them so that you are not worried. I am a bit confused tho.....you have 3 horses, do not have time to work any of them, are trying to sell one for "good money", (even tho you admit he is not worked), and then have a show gelding (reiner) in training. It has been my experience that when the show gelding comes home, which you have said is soon, he will require riding to maintain his training, right? Hmmm. Just confused why you keep getting them, investing $$ (reining as a sport is expensive) when you cannot work the ones you have? Just has me thinking. But-your business, for sure. Good luck with that.

Frankly, I am leaning with the lease them, sell them group. If you are supporting them you have to be working multiple jobs (given your age, unless you have won the lottery).....to support them, and then don;t even have the time to enjoy them. Especially when they are boarded.
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post #14 of 33 Old 08-09-2011, 08:03 PM Thread Starter
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and they even have a stall for my broodmare to stay while she is carrying =D! So that's deffinatly a plus in my book!
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post #15 of 33 Old 08-09-2011, 08:08 PM Thread Starter
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Well the gelding that Im selling is my husband (in my name but I let him do what he wants with his horse) I did offer to him to lease Tank out but he said he just wants to sell him. My husband is working alot too but has more time than me and still wont ride unless Im able to ride with him, He also wants to take some of the money to fix his transmission in his truck and then buy another horse later on, Its his decision, I hate to see tank sell and Im in no hurry to sell him... and I will proably lease Max out when he gets home. I understand where you are coming from though.
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post #16 of 33 Old 08-09-2011, 08:14 PM Thread Starter
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oh and I do get a day off... and my job is only this busy because of the time of year, it slows down in the fall and spring for some reason... so I will have around 3 days off and a couple extra hours a day... tank is worked all the time when its fall and spring, and the hubby rides when I ride (once a week). Money is not the problem here, its the safety of my horses too btw. Tank is being sold under my husband... its not me lol
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post #17 of 33 Old 08-09-2011, 08:45 PM
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and they even have a stall for my broodmare to stay while she is carrying =D! So that's deffinatly a plus in my book!
You have a broodmare in foal, but are needing to sell the one horse for money? Are you aware of everything that can go wrong in breeding and delivering foals? Foals need a lot of attention, and checking in on them twice a day is simply not enough.
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post #18 of 33 Old 08-09-2011, 08:58 PM Thread Starter
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I've bred before and I will not say agian that I am not the one wanting money. I do have a husband who doesnt want his horse and wants to sell him, that HIS choice, not mine. I have said he wants a transmition for his car and he needs alot of other stuff, I have money for boarding,training and breeding or else I would not be doing so. I am not a first time horse person and I know all the fees that apply for showing,breeding etc. quite frankly I can and will do what I please with my horses and its non of anyones buisness. Yes one horse is up for sale. Yes I have a horse in training, yes I have to board and yes I have a mare in foal..whats so hard to understand about this? Lol like seriously? You really have to troll me about selling my horse? And this thread is about my horses safety, not my horse up for sale... don't worry about the details of my life and stay on topic =) if you do so I will not get nasty =)
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post #19 of 33 Old 08-09-2011, 09:06 PM Thread Starter
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and if your problem is that I have 3 horses and I ride once a week, groom, feed, and muck stalls EVERYDAY! The you seriously are out of ur mind. My intensions for this thread were not for people to look down on me because Im not riding everyday, my intentions were to get some good advice on what I should do about my horses and my problem, if you strongly assume I neglect my horses and that I am a stupid horse person then how about remember the topic of this thread and consider that people like are the type of people who are making me move my horses for board =)
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post #20 of 33 Old 08-09-2011, 09:08 PM
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I'd move them and fast...even if it's temp. Just get them out of there...True you own them, but unlike house's..horse's can be moved over state line's... and dissapear...

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