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        03-05-2012, 07:22 PM
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    Green Broke
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    WHY ME? I bet you have asked yourself that many times from your post.
         
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        03-06-2012, 10:21 AM
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    Originally Posted by Joe4d    
    The horse may be better off where he is.

    So a known drunk, drifter bum, abuses and neglects his horses, and you loan him one of yours ?

    I thought this too when I was reading your post. I understand wanting to help out a good cause, but I would never put my horse at risk in order to do so. However, I would be concerned about your horse. Now, I am no lawyer and its been a long time since I took any business law classes so things may have changed but if this guy has your texts saying you would donate your horse, that may be used as a contract. I would check with someone just to make sure.
         
        03-06-2012, 07:14 PM
      #13
    Weanling
    Perhaps working with a complete stranger who you bought alcohol for wasn't the best person to "donate" your horse to. Go to you cell phone company and see if they can retrieve the text messages you sent in that time frame. If you said it right, you can claim you were only temporarily donating him, and only for the cause, not to the man to be an owner. As for everything else? I'd count your lucky stars if you even get your horse back. Do you know where in Oklahoma your horse is even located?

    I'd also consider finding your state's legal website and see if you can find anything. Your lawyer should be able to tell you something - if not, see if you can find a lawyer who has dealt with animal related cases before. I wish you the best, but actually think before you act next time. I know mental health can cause some problems, but even a lunatic like me knows to not trust someone who rides a horse with a saddle sore.
         

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