Join Date: Aug 2009
Location: Cuyahoga Falls, OH
I agree with farmpony84. You should move him. Techniqually, it IS her barn, therefore, she has to do what she feels is safe. Reguardless, I do agree that her hitting him for the reasons you posted are just silly, but there's really not much you can say since it is her property, her barn etc. Well, I mean, you can say what you want but it really won't matter. Since I have my own barn, no body has the right to hit my horses what so ever. We don't let people board or anything, it's just our horses, but since we run a theraputic riding program, the volunteers are always coming to ride. If I saw any of them hitting my horses or anything of the sort, I'd make them get off and leave in a heartbeat. I don't have to get too stern around them because I already present myself in a stern, aggressive, and assertive manner. I notice they are constantly looking over at me to see if I notice that they've done something wrong or have messed something up. I look over and I'm like, "Yea, I saw that." lol
So aside from that, you should really move him.
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