I wasn't even given a chance to fix the situation with them. It happened, and they told me to leave...I had no warning "Oh, by the way, your horse isn't respecting the fence, you need to do something about that" it was just flat out "She's destroyed the fence you need to leave....now..." x_x
It might be boredom, I agree, since she's never been kept in a pen that small. It's the size of a turn out paddock. However, the owners were SUPPOSED to finish fencing off their 15 acres and turn her out on that the first weekend we moved her, and that never happened....So she's been kept in the smaller pen for too long. Not only that, but they would let their horse out on the 15 acres and leave her pinned up, so other than the fact she was bored, she was probably just trying not to be left behind. I've never kept her without some kind of companion.
What's done is done, and perhaps for a good reason. I know I spazzed about the situation because I had JUST moved her and I DID like the property she was on....however, I think some higher power knew it wasn't the right place for her, or for me. In less than a day (the fastest I've ever found another boarding facility) an aquantance I knew from the first barn (that starved her and left wire down all over the place) told me of a place she was going to look at. It's only 6 miles away and half the price!!!! I went to go look at it and it's nicely fenced. Not only that, but it's 20 open acres with a few lean to shelters, trees, a creek (when it rains) a round pen, and the 20 acres are split into two 10 acre areas so that if I want to ride away from the other horses, I can!!! Now I'll be able to go out and see her whenever I want to and not worry about burning gass, getting stranded (my car isn't in the best shape) or only seeing her on weekends because the drive is so long!!! It's not totally perfect. Hay and grain aren't provided (on 20 acres though, they won't need much of either) However, the cost of board well makes up for anything else I need to buy!!! AND the owner is a retired gentelman who's been doing this for over 15 years!!! (no more newbie barn owners!!!) He's calm, quiet, and willing to work with me on anything I need!!! Which isn't much since I have the thing that matters most...My horse...
I just can't stop feeling like all the bad has happened for a reason.
Now...I just have to wait for the person who trailers my horse to be available, which will be by Tuesday at the latest.