Alright, I will talk to her when she sends me pictures in the morning. She seems very willing to help me out, so I'm thinking she will unless there's something to hide.
Why wouldn't you do it, may I ask?
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#1. If you take the horse off my property I can no longer control his environment and I have no idea what's happening elsewhere. So, maybe he left my property sound and because you're dogs got loose and chased him through fences and through the woods, now he's lame and you're blaming me. Or you starve him or expose him to contagious disease. Once a horse leaves my property, that's it, I won't take them back.
#2. There's no way to say this except straight out and I'll probably offend you with it. It's a $200 horse. If you can't afford the horse and the PPE you're not real prepared to buy a horse or care for it. None of that paints a picture where I'd want the horse back after he left. Sorry, but it's what would go through my mind as a seller if I was truly looking out for the best interests of the horse.