07-06-2011, 11:00 PM
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If you have the right to go on the property (not kicked off the property and told not to return) and you and owners agree that you are free and clear on board, then I think you gave the right to get your horse whenever you want. However, if there is any question afterwards about tack missing, gates left open, animal incidents, or one of the thousand things that could happen after you leave, you might be blamed for the incident even if it was someone else's fault. Then you'd be in a pickle with explaining to do to the authorities because you didn't honor the owner's wishes. Just my non-lawyer thoughts....