Join Date: Oct 2009
Location: Just south of sanity
A word to the rescues; if you're TRULY interested in rehoming horses, then do it without all the ridiculous stipulations. Do your due diligence about making sure the horse and person are a good match, then sign over the animal free and clear.
If you think you have the right to pop in and visit whenever you feel like it, put stupid, restrictive rules in place, and expect to be able to take the horse back if there's a difference of philosophies in care and training, then you're your own worst enemies. You can't want to rehome the animal that badly if you expect to keep your thumb on it forever.
Continue with the crazy, over controlling rules, and keep moaning about how HARD it is to find good people to adopt, instead of admitting that the real problem is YOU.
You want the truth? You can't HANDLE the truth!