She is so torn up about it. I can move from horse to horse and not really be effected. My sister grew so attached to this pony in such a short time. She can't stop thinking about him. I tried showing her some other horses for sale and gave her some options, but she's not interested. She was so excited to have him and always talked about him and bragged about him, and now he's gone. The worst part about it, for me anyways, is that this was her first taste of horse ownership and she got ****ed over so quickly.
She's now thinking about trying to make a deal. Maybe offer a few hundred to whoever has him now and see if they'll accept it and bring the pony back. I could probably find out where he is if I did enough digging (I'm scary good at that stuff) but I'm not confident they would go for the offer.
At first I was angry that the BO allowed the horse to be taken, but when I settled down I realized that she was protecting herself by not stopping the trailer since she had no ownership documents. I can't blame her for that.
I guess I'm still kind of shocked and I don't know how to get my sister over this. I brought up the fact that he was showing signs of cushings disease after I witnessed his symtoms. She asked her boss if she could take a day off to meet the vet to discuss it, got permission and before the vet was called, the horse was gone.
And those who were seen dancing were thought to be insane by those who could not hear the music