Well, I never put in how their trash ends up in the fields, but it still does. I absolutely wouldn't care if they hand fed them once in a while, but there are literally piles of enormous apples in my paddocks and they attract bees, which leads to having to avoid being stung when I kick the apples back over the fence. The horses are actually coming back to the barn with sticky saliva, and honestly, I'm a little tired of scrubbing it off. But, it is obvious to me, that even though twenty or so apples end up back on their lawn, isn't clue enough that the owners don't want them their?
"Where exactly were you taking him?"
"The bus, it was time for him to go home, sir."
~The Blind Side