Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Just south of sanity
Meh, I have a pasture pouf who is just as happy NOT to have a job. Of course, he's 22 y/o and has earned his retirement. He also isn't thrilled with being groomed, and I have to catch and tie him to do it. I generally leave him be, unless he absolutely HAS to be groomed.
Horses who don't have jobs aren't being abused or neglected, but it's a shame that a young horse with such promise is just sitting doing nothing.
Broken, STOP paying this person's board for her. You're doing nothing but enabling her. If she gets mad at you for refusing to cover her board bill, then she's NOT YOUR FRIEND. Repeat this to yourself as many times as you need to.
I say let the BO take the horse for back board, and sell him at a public sale. He might just get the perfect home and owner. Your 'friend' sure isn't it!
Last edited by Speed Racer; 11-13-2009 at 04:13 PM.