Join Date: Jun 2011
Location: Cariboo, British Columbia
Ok, let me take one more run at this. You have a pony you want to sell, so you consign him to an agent. The agent sells said pony, gives you the deposit but wants coggins papers. You turn over the coggins from the people you got the pony from (those peops are the root of this mess). The new buyer checks out the coggins papers & calls the vet listed. She finds out the coggins are a forgery, so she call the agent & the cops, who in turn, contacts you. You offer to pay for a proper coggins, and this should be the end right here. However, you give the new buyer the pony, pull a new coggins & pay for the agent's gas to shuttle the deposit back forth. Why did you do all that?