Join Date: Sep 2009
Location: northern arkansas
I am tempted to agree with speed racer on this.
If this story is true, it is a prime example of why adults should be doing business transactions and not children.
The child obviously has no concept of contractual obligations or consequences or how to go about a business transaction in a mature, responsible manner.
To the OP, you need to leave this in your mothers hands, since she is the last legal owner of the animal, and in the hands of the law, it is their job to sort out a legal dispute not you. You do not need to be trespassing or stealing the horse back. Let this be a lesson on "verbal contracts" between children, it is all he said, she said. If you were mature enough to even be in this situation at all you would have had a WRITTEN contract drawn up for both parties to agree to and sign, so no "Indian giving" like you did with the horse could have happened.
What are your parents doing when all of this is going on?
Ω Horses are a projection of peoples dreams Ω