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    02-27-2013, 11:18 PM
  #61
Green Broke
I'm glad you got her back!

I think it's time you send her to me on a gift basis with papers and a bill of..gift?Lol

I need one to start jumping with :p

SShe's a beautiful girl, and I have no doubt one of the rich 4h jumper parents would snatch her up for 10k..Shoot, they offered 14k for a little black/white paint gelding who jumps and games, lol.
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    02-27-2013, 11:37 PM
  #62
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Originally Posted by Iseul    
I'm glad you got her back!

I think it's time you send her to me on a gift basis with papers and a bill of..gift?Lol

I need one to start jumping with :p

SShe's a beautiful girl, and I have no doubt one of the rich 4h jumper parents would snatch her up for 10k..Shoot, they offered 14k for a little black/white paint gelding who jumps and games, lol.
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Hahaha thank you! Yeah I know I won't have much trouble selling her! She is such a good girl.

If you were closer I would say you could come try her out! ;)
     
    02-28-2013, 03:57 AM
  #63
Green Broke
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Originally Posted by JustDressageIt    
Wait, what?
The horse is (was?) in training with Trainer.
Person A talked you into leasing the horse to them.
Where was the Trainer in all this? Or was the horse done with Trainer and just hanging out at the barn?
Are the bills in A's name? That's the only way they would be able to "prove" ownership.
How long was the horse with Trainer? How long has A been riding the horse? Where is the barn owner in all this, or is the horse at A's property?
This whole situation is not making any sense to me. I would not spend hours (ha that autocorrected to "horse") on a forum asking if I still legally owned the horse...
Anyways, call me a skeptic. Good luck to you, OP.
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I had/have all those same questions.
It's a good thing the horse is back where she should be but I would think this could have been easier by just calling whoever ran the barn & telling them that A was no longer allowed to have any contact with the horse.
As a BO I know who owns who & would abide by the owner's wishes.
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    02-28-2013, 08:21 PM
  #64
Yearling
Gorgeous girl! Glad you got her back.
     
    03-01-2013, 11:17 AM
  #65
Trained
I'm so glad you got her back!

I would never free lease a horse that has a value of $10,000. If the horse is worth that much money, and you can't ride her, selling her is the logical thing to do. If something happened to her, you would be out the money.

She is a beauty!!
     
    03-01-2013, 11:50 AM
  #66
Green Broke
Glad you got her back-she is stunning.
     
    03-01-2013, 01:38 PM
  #67
Banned
Glad that you got her back.


I feel that you should now press extortion charges, if nothing else, it would stop them from claiming that you have stolen the horse by taking it back.
     
    03-02-2013, 06:31 PM
  #68
Weanling
How is her lameness? :( I would absolutely press charges (or something equally legal-scary, ha) if they hurt her in any way! She is just too gorgeous and sweet-looking.
     
    03-03-2013, 01:51 AM
  #69
Weanling
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Originally Posted by Kray012    
Yes, from my understanding the owner of the farm knows we loaned her to them. There was never a bill of sale or transfer of ownership.

Also, I don't understand why they contacted me. If they thought it was their horse why did they contact me to tell me they were going to sell her and that if I wanted her back I would have to pay..? Makes no sense to me. If they "owned" her they wouldn't have contacted me.. they would have just sold her.
Question - so, this is your horse, and you had it "in training" somewhere - I suppose you "board" at this trainer's facility. You "loaned" the horse to the people - were they paying the board/training fees directly to the trainer or barn owner? Was the barn owner made aware by YOU that the situation regarding use of the horse had changed? Do YOU have a contract with your "trainer"? A "well known" barn should know better than to have verbal agreements with their clientele... especially not a barn that deals in $10,000.00 horses...

Is there any other part of this story that is being left out? Were the people leasing her supposed to be paying "partial" board, and ended up paying full board because you didn't own up to your end of the deal? Something in this story isn't adding up to me... either the people are just nuts and you are making too big a deal out of something that someone who is clearly incompetent said, OR there is more to this story than is being shared... :/

Glad you ended up getting your gorgeous girl back, but your story really doesn't add up :/
     
    03-03-2013, 02:43 AM
  #70
Green Broke
So glad you got her back. Has anyone called or said anything to you since??
     

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