Join Date: Aug 2011
Location: Central Texas, easily mistaken for a big bowl of dust!!
Hey everyone, here's an update.
They moved their horses and tried to this mare. When they refused to open the gate because they owe the BO money they called the Sheriff.
When we arrived, me and the BO, the couple had already told them their side of the story and the sheriff was ready to cut the locks. Once we told the BO side, they were thinking differently. She provided the paperwork they had been given but not returned. Me and a few other people vouched that for the last 30 days (since the "verbal agreement" was made) they have not touched touched this mare, or acted as if she was their's. Even though they were there at least once a day. She was not in the same barn as the rest of their horses, she was in the BO's barn. She was being fed by us (pretty much full care) she was being fed her hay and grain. Why would my BO feed her of her hay, ride her everyday, and have her in her barn and not charge them board?
The sheriff said the horse stays where it is (at my BOs barn) and if they want to take her it goes to court. Two days later the mare is gone, they just took her. Bo calls the sheriff, they say, well idk what to tell you. Why did this happen?
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