Some of you may know I recently was being asked to sell my horse Diesel. To a very nice but very newb couple who would be riding under my EX BO and current employer. She is the type that recommends tie downs, handsy riding, and curbs for breaks.
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?