07-09-2013, 03:44 PM
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Without a written contract stating terms you really don't have any recourse. You stated that the trainer was supposed to advertise and sell the horse, which, if the horse is advertised on the trainer's site than technically the trainer has met that obligation. It is not necessarily the trainer's fault the horse has not as yet sold...it takes time. As for moving the horse, did you ask why? Could it be a potential buyer is interested and the trainer moved the horse for better access by the potential buyer?
EVERYTHING needs to be in writing including agreements between friends. It cuts down on questions later.