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    07-10-2012, 01:16 PM
  #11
Weanling
As others have said, two people co-leasing a horse would work if everyone can agree on a schedule.

BUT - since your leasor is currently paying $ xx per month for riding any time....

Are you planning on continuing to charge her the same amount of money? Or cutting her cost since you will also be cutting the horse's availability to her?
     
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    07-10-2012, 03:38 PM
  #12
Weanling
At work, so I don't have time to read all the posts. But to respond to what you told me, if you are afraid that she is unhappy about paying for days she is not there, maybe a contract that says that she has to lease for a certain amount of time. And if I were her, I would be slightly mad that I'm paying for something I'm not doing. That happens to me when my daughter's leases.
     
    07-10-2012, 09:10 PM
  #13
Weanling
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Originally Posted by tinyliny    
The more riders on the horse, the more likely it will be to have confusion. Yes. If all riders have a different approach. HOrses can deal with this just fine. But, if you are trying to erase a bad habit, or sharpen certain behaviors, you must have all participants on board. For example, be sure that all agree not to allow grazing under saddle, or to reinforce the "halt" command with a backup if necessary, or to reprimand any bad ground manners , or . . ?

And, you may need each person to commit to certain days, and not change without mutual permission.

When leasing, the leassor pays a fixed amount, whether they actually ride or not. If they dont' ride, it's their own choice. Sometimes I pay for my leaase and only get a few rides in a month (due to bad weather), other times, I ride a lot. Them's the breaks.

I agree tiny. I think I'll just stick to my one leaser. I do wish that she could ride more but I understand that she's got a lot going on. I wish I could get out more, too.
     

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