Well for some unknown reason I feel obligated to adopt. But because of where I board I have high tinsel. Not by choice but it isn't causing a problem. Well what's one of the first rules to one of the adoption agenceys that I am actually interested in a horse at??? No high tinsel. Well on to the next one, physical inspection of your property before even trying out any horse on our property. Random check ups and only if after two years you have the horse and things look ok... we'll take it to the board and if you are declined then no refund for your provided care and the horse comes back. Oh and $100 non refundable application fee. No moving allowed with in 5 years after adopting.
Wth with the rules. Jeeze. Its like you don't want people to have horses that you put up for adoption. I hate buying also because where I live everything is over priced for what they have or too far for what's worth the money.
Dilemma. Dilemma. I might just dump $40 and hook up some tape fencing to where the high tensile is in my pasture. Not that I should have to to have a **** horse at a place that I board at.
*sigh* horse girl problems.
Note: yes I know high tensile can be dangerous. Half of my pasture is literally the best stuff you can get on the market (1500 ft is $2500) but the rest is high tensile because that's what they had when the farm first became orchestrated.
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