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    11-23-2009, 03:58 PM
  #11
Foal
The police were asked for assistance this was refused they trespassed on our land to take the horse the first time I will not apologise for my lack of grammar I never said I was an a grade student the stallion was not ours he came from a neighbouring property. Back to the subject all I want is my horse back any info would be appreciated thanks
     
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    11-23-2009, 04:01 PM
  #12
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Originally Posted by heidihunters    
This is heidi's story I hope by telling you this it may help someone remember something.

We first got heidi as my friend had nothing to compete on and couldn't afford his own horse. We then got to together as a couple and he decided to put a deposit on Heidi and pay for her in instalments when he could afford it on the understanding she was not to be taken until fully paid for.

Heidi was first taken on the 1st of may by my ex boyfriend and the local riding school.he was not happy the stallion had escaped and covered Heidi. It ment he could no longer jump her as he wanted to. There had been a heated argument a few days prior to her being taken because he wanted her injected to get rid of the foal which I point blank refused to do as it is against what I believed.which is why we broke up .

When she was taken she was taken to the local riding school when we went to the local riding school to get heidi back as she was still ours they tried to give a cheque for heidi which was refused as they had removed her without our permision and she was no longer for sale they then locked all the gates and refused to give her back we eventually got her back by going through the rear of the property .

We then kept heidi in for about a week but she hates being in she kicks the door . So decided to put her back in with my other horses as she wasn't happy on her own. My friend who lived at the premises was going on holiday. Which the local riding school knew as he emptied there muck for them.

Heidi was taken again on the 14th may 2009 two weeks after she was taken the first time apparently my ex boyfriend and the riding school don't know where she is but I think there are to many coincidences for it to be anyone else

Heidi is still believed in foal anyone with any info what so ever please contact me no matter how trivial the police will not do anything till we find heidi.

I would like to add my ex boyfriend is a local business man and has access in to peoples homes on a daily basis.

We tried to help him fulfil his dreams as his dad would never buy him a horse but would purchase one for his step sisters to his annoyance. We gave him cheap livery when he was riding Heidi in exchange for his help which was part of the deal.

I WOULD LIKE TO ADD THE DEPOSIT AND ANY MONIES OWING WAS RETURNED TO MY EX BOYFRIEND HE HAS NO CLAIM ON HEIDI WHAT SO EVER. NO NAMES HAVE BEEN USED IN THE STORY TO AVOID ANY SLANDER ACCUSATIONS FROM PARTIES INVOLVED. IF YOU DON'T WANT TO CONTACT ME CALL CRIME STOPPERS ON 0800 555 111 ANONYMOUSLY TOGETHER WE CAN BRING HEIDI HOME thank you for reading heidi's story
Phew, added a few returns so it is almost readable. Though the typing is the type I would expect from a nine year old. No caps until all caps, etc.

Is there a reason you put this line in?

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i would like to add my ex boyfriend is a local business man and has access in to peoples homes on a daily basis.
I miss what it has to do with the whole story? Just trying to make people worry that your x is some horrible thief type person who they should not trust in their house? That is sure what it sounds like. It really does not help your story at all. It just makes you more dramatic.


You added the part about the deposit being returned. When was that done? When was it decided that your X was not buying the mare? Do you have proof that the deposit was returned or is it just something you are saying now to make your case better?


I am usually very sympathetic to people with missing horses. Your story does not sit well with me.

I read it as you and someone you cared about bought a horse together. The boyfriend paid the down payment and someone you know paid the rest (you, your family, not sure, you use the words us and we all over the place with no clear definition to them) and the boyfriend was making payments and working off board.

You and the boyfriend had a fight and you have now decided that he can not have the horse.

This is not how contracts work.

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back to the subject all I want is my horse back any info would be appreciated thanks
It is not YOUR horse. The contract as you state it was the boyfriend got the horse and he was paying for it and working off its keep.

You want this horse back because you want to hurt your boyfriend because you are mad.
     
    11-23-2009, 04:06 PM
  #13
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Originally Posted by heidihunters    
no court action can be taken as we had a verbal agreement that the horse was not to be removed till full and final payment was made so he broke the agreement
Oral contracts are just as enforceable as written contracts (with a few exceptions like real estate which has to be written....). Just because something is not in writing does not mean it is not a contract.

I know there is a shift key on your keyboard, you use it for all caps. Please Please try to use it for the starts of sentences so it is easier for us to read.
     
    11-23-2009, 04:10 PM
  #14
Started
The pitty story wasnt needed, just a description of the horse, where it was last seen and with whom. That is all. PLUS if the police wont do anything there isnt even a need to look for the horse... because you need the police to assist you in getting the horse back. You could be in a boat load of trouble if you steal her back from a third party who has no idea she's stolen.
     
    11-23-2009, 04:12 PM
  #15
Foal
My mum purchased the horse and has a receipt and her passport.my ex bf put a deposit on her but could not afford to make further payments or pay livery which was part of the agreement for him riding her . So he helped out so we had more time to ride together. We broke up before he moved from the yard I was happy for him to keep her there it was his decision to take her not one forced by me. All I have done is try to make his dream come true by letting him compete and cause it didn't all go his way he has pulled a strop. Legally the horse is my mums and not my ex boyfriends.
     
    11-23-2009, 04:12 PM
  #16
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I would probably shoot someone who trespassed on my land and tried to steal my brand new horse.
     
    11-23-2009, 04:14 PM
  #17
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Originally Posted by heidihunters    
my mum purchased the horse and has a receipt and her passport.my ex bf put a deposit on her but could not afford to make further payments or pay livery which was part of the agreement for him riding her . So he helped out so we had more time to ride together. We broke up before he moved from the yard I was happy for him to keep her there it was his decision to take her not one forced by me. All I have done is try to make his dream come true by letting him compete and cause it didn't all go his way he has pulled a strop. Legally the horse is my mums and not my ex boyfriends.
If you do not have a written contract - it is all "he said, she said". I do not fault law enforcement for not wanting to get involved.
     
    11-23-2009, 04:14 PM
  #18
Foal
When I find heidi the police will assist I am totally aware the people where she is being kept might not know she is stolen.
     
    11-23-2009, 04:15 PM
  #19
Started
You don't get it. The horse was your mothers, but she entered into a contract to sell it to your boyfriend. You broke the contract the moment you, or your mother, gave the deposit back. So he could very well come after you in court.
     
    11-23-2009, 04:15 PM
  #20
Started
Do you know for a fact the bf stole it? Probably not since you didnt see him do it.
     

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