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        01-26-2013, 12:02 PM
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    Weanling
    Smile Got the go ahead (paddock!)

    Hey guys!

    Okay, so I dunno if anyone saw my post a couple of weeks ago
    (Am I just anti-social? **Rant** **long**)
    But basically, I've been told I can rent the paddock across from me, and I can move in whenever I want (when I say move in, I mean move my horses and stuff over!)

    The one condition is, if anyone asks me, I can't say my horses are mine, because the guy who is renting the paddock to me, is not supposed to let it out to anyone. However, obviously, they are still mine (I have all papers, pay for everything Etc, just if any of my nosey neighbours ask, I have to say that they're the YO's and he just lets me ride them) At first I was a bit like "But... they're my horses " But now, I have come to terms with it. I still pay for them, I know they're mine, they know they're mine, just the neighbours don't. I'm just a bit weird about stuff like that. I'm sure I'll get over it. To be honest, I don't talk to my neighbours enough to care (still antisocial haha!)

    Can't wait to move in, yay!
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        01-26-2013, 01:53 PM
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    Foal
    All I can say is you better get a contract because he may try to steal them. If your supposed to tell others they arent yours then what happens if he trys to steal them and youve told people that they are not your horses?
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        01-26-2013, 03:02 PM
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    Weanling
    I have all their paper work and the receipts of sale, they're also insured in my name (owners insurance, not loaners insirance) but I see where you're coming from, and I will get a contract
         
        01-26-2013, 03:09 PM
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    Green Broke
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    all I can say is you better get a contract because he may try to steal them. If your supposed to tell others they arent yours then what happens if he trys to steal them and youve told people that they are not your horses?
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    I agree and I would not do it. But, that's me.

    Oh and if he's trying to get away with something why would he put it in writing???
         
        01-26-2013, 03:09 PM
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    Trained
    If he is not supposed to let anyone use it other than himself and you are supposed to lie to others if they ask....I already don't like the sounds of that!
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        01-26-2013, 03:19 PM
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    Weanling
    It's just part of the Estate I live on. None of the farmers/land owners are supposed to sub let it, as they can get in trouble, but many do sub-let the land. He's been a good neighbour and family friend for quite a while. But I will get it in writing that he agrees that the horses are still mine really. Plus, my parents and grandparents know the horses are mine too, so it'd be all our words and paper work against his.
         
        01-26-2013, 03:20 PM
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    Green Broke
    Well if your happy! Then great!
         

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