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post #11 of 32 Old 07-07-2010, 12:33 PM
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She is furious since she left like 10 voice mails and no one got back to her to tell her how he was doing.
Red alert!

Combine the sellers comment with the need for an additional 30 days leads me to believe something has happened to the horse. Either a training issue or he's been injured.

Someone needs to go and see this horse ASAP.
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post #12 of 32 Old 07-07-2010, 01:13 PM Thread Starter
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I didn't even think about that. We will see on Monday. However, I have been up to see the horse and he was fine.
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I am confused about one point still. You are having who trailer the horse for you?
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As part of the agreement and due to the fact she is picking up one of my lesson instructors foals on Monday she is bringing him down from NH. We have decided in our best interest to just act normal about the situation and not let either of them know we are moving him and then my mom and my new BO will be picking him up Monday night from my old lesson instructors house and will bring him to the new facility. They are only about 10-15 mins apart so he has offered to do this for free.
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The only catch there is. Once the horse stays at your lesson instructors place you might in a situation where you are required to give notice to leave.
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We have no written contract. Nothing was signed so legally nothing binds me to keep my horse there.
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How long will the horse be there? Just a couple of hours or over night?
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No more than 3-4 Hours. Most likely less however. I am trying to find out when exactly he is coming so that my new BO can pick him up with an hour of him being dropped off.
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As silly as it sounds I would see if it is at all possible to never put him in a stall, etc. Have the trailer waiting near by (out of site) and hand graze the horse or walk it down the street.

Just worried that this might get ugly.

Do you have a proper bill of sale, etc?
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post #20 of 32 Old 07-07-2010, 03:25 PM
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As silly as it sounds I would see if it is at all possible to never put him in a stall, etc. Have the trailer waiting near by (out of site) and hand graze the horse or walk it down the street.

Just worried that this might get ugly.

Do you have a proper bill of sale, etc?
I agree. I would also ensure anything that belongs to you is off the property. And maybe have a friend along as a witness?

Question - you are 100% positive there is no paper trail? No e-mails, no contracts (lesson release forms, etc) that a non-horse judge can construe as breach of contract?
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