Actually the mare was from wild brood herd I was the first to halter her and lead her. I did some work with her. However in her last trimester of being pregnant I didn't want to add stress to her (I have taken an equine science diploma). A lot of these horses thhat where sold off, people lost. They brought them home hit them hard with wormer and starting feeding grain. Now these guys where never dewormed if you hit a horse hard with wormer and they are full of worms you risk the chance of killing a ball of worms (this case ascarids) and causing colic.
Best thing I thought for the mares I got was to take it slow. I kept them in stalls for the first two weeks, did some work and spent time with them. I than turned them out to pasture to foal and raise their kids. While they where doing that I spent time with them out there. Just walking around them feeding treats touching when I can. Once I weaned colts off, I gave them some time to gain weight and relax. Than slowly started working with them again.
I am just explaining this to you so you know I really didn't just thow them in a pasture and ignor them.
There is an emotional attatchment yes, I was the first humane to interact with them. I spent time caring for them and their babies.
As I stated I don't want money, I want the horse. If she respond to my emails and let us work something out as her add did say asking I happy to do that, but I am not getting any coorperation.
Yes I do understand that she put time into her, that is why I am willing to work something out.
I am not just whinning, I feel strongly that I should of been notified as agreed and go from there, however I was not, she has my cell and home number along with email.
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