I told them I would not be selling because I did not want him in that enviornment even though I knew that aside from bad riding practices, he would be in a good home.
I did this because I thought I had a very good lease family. Of course assumptions are a terrible thing to make. I just got a text saying "girls r not riding Diesel. You need 2 pay 4 feed and upkeep but can keep him here"
Seeing as he's on pasture board, feed and upkeep really isnt that much but considering I'm moving away I don't even know if its worth it.
I don't know what to do. Paying for a horse that I will be 7000 miles away from doesn't seem like the smartest idea especially if they are not riding him like we planned.
I feel like I have just made a string of bad decisions with not putting him absolutely first and now I am stuck between a rock and a hard place.
Someone please give me some sort of input? Anything?