Originally Posted by moderncowgirl
I would serve her myself and include court costs, by her taking the add off literally 2 hours after I email her for 3rd time stating she failed to follow through our agreement and that if we can not arrange something I will be looking into legal options,to me that's admitting to the agreement and by not responding or keeping the add up she avoiding the situation
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What would happen if you lose? Then your still horse-less and you don't get her to pay for everything.
This may seem, rude. But you sold the horse for $150. You had her listed for $700. That's cheap. And on top of that, the horse is wild. You said the mare was un-touchable for a very long time. What's the point of getting her back? She is a wild broodmare. Did you have a certain connection with her? If it was that big of a connection, I would think that you would have put more training into her and that you wouldn't have gotten rid of her.
The lady puts 3 months of training into her and she is accepting a saddle and is able to be touched and groomed and a whole lot more. She put a lot of time into the mare.
So, I'm asking, what is the point of all of this? Are you mad because the lady went back on her "verbal word" or do you seriously want the horse back?
I guess I just don't get it the point of all of this because the fact that your ticked off. She wasn't doing anything but sitting in a pasture at your place. Maybe she could find a loving home with someone that'll use her.
I may be making assumptions, but, still...?