Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: St.Louis, Missouri
Um hi, how am I "OK with a theif"?????? This is the first time its happened in the two years I've been there.
It was the BO or rather the BO's grandchildren who grabbed my stuff but no, he didn't bother to call me and he had my stuff at his house.
Switching barns sounds nice, but where I am has indoor/outdoor arenas, trails, wash racks, turnout daily, fans in summer/heated buckets in winter(at no additional charge) , individual feed routine with supplements(no additional charge), blanketing(no additional charge), I can't think of other things right now but I can be up there 24 hours a day just turn off the lights and lock up. BO is on site and while its 40 minutes from my house its 5 from my boyfriends who cleans stall/mixes feed when it snows too bad(he has four wheel drive) all for $180 a month.
There are no other places that offer the same things anywhere near the price.
That being said.
I did take it up with the BO who got all huffy ans said it was a mistake(leading me to believe it was anything but)
I'm not going to go crazy drama and padlock everything I own. I was simply looking for idea/pictures on how everyone else had their stuff set up. I'll be building a locker out of probably cedar to keep buggies away. I want it to hold my bridles as well as have shelving to set ointments/shampoos/medical supplies.
No my stuff isn't overly pricey but its mine it goes on my horse who is healthy. I do not want to share slobber with horses (usually rescues with unknown medical records) that I don't know.
I think that's everything. I'll gather some ideas about locker/cabinets to hold my things.
Oh, a d have you seen all the junk I have? No way it would fit in my little Nissan sentra plus I don't really want my saddles in my back seat. :/
And unfortunately I can't keep my stuff at home. Because "it smells" even the garage is too sophisticated for my tack. My family offers zero support for my horse. Its something they told me I was crazy for taking on and thought it was a dumb move financially. Well here I am still attending college classes working and supporting my horse.
That's why when I have to go a week without riding then go to find my stuff misplaced... I get a little heated. OK. Rant over.
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