If you donated your horse and did not establish something in writing prior to you having a problem with things, there is nothing you can do. The only way you can "pull your horse" from a place which you GAVE him to is if there was a clause in a properly established agreement that addressed this. Otherwise, the best you can hope for is that in talking to the director/board they take action. You no longer own the horse and, while you should feel comfortable addressing a perceived problem, threatening to be an indian giver would only serve to turn you into a pest to the organization. If you had a contact (which you have not said to us for sure), please review it to see your options before making any comments about it. Remember, if you gave your horse to the program, and the contract from the "donation" doesn't offer a "return horse at my
request"clause, you might set yourself up for being labeled "barn nuisance" if you go in making outrageous demands and threats to take the horse. I hope you are able to talk to your friend and come up with a solution together!
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