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        05-29-2012, 10:26 AM
      #3001
    Weanling
    Welcome Coffeemamma =)

    CW: you should have been riding her the day you handed them the first payment for her lease. There is absolutely no excuse that they could give you as to why there is still no saddle for her after nearly a month of leasing her.

    Either she cannot be ridden or, she can be ridden but they couldn't even be bothered to get her a saddle because they see how willing you are to just hang out with her and love on her. You should seriously consider holding back 2 lease payments and getting her a saddle, (of course letting them know what you are doing.)

    Have they done her feet yet? When was the last time her teeth were done? I'm very happy for you that you are enjoying each others company so much, BUT I am also angry for you because it seems these people are playing on your heart strings. I hope things work out and the next post we see from you is "I rode Belle, and we had a blast!!"

    Off to work folks, have a great day
         
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        05-29-2012, 10:31 AM
      #3002
    Yearling
    Hey guys! I have been oh so busy lately, but wanted to share a picture or two of our Memorial day camping trip!


    Hope everyone is having a great week so far!



         
        05-29-2012, 10:36 AM
      #3003
    Green Broke
    Aaarrrrrgh! I'm so behind on this thread.. I actually try to keep up even when I'm not posting, but just haven't this week.

    Welcome to the newbies! The more the merrier.

    CW .. I'm glad you and Belle are bonding, but I agree that it is time to hold the leasers' feet to the fire.. I think they are taking advantage of your good nature and the fact that you just enjoy spending time with her. Something needs to give.

    Everyone else ... I'll have to catch up with all of you later.. I gather there are horses escaping, lameness back, crooked horse dealers, etc ...

    Hank is doing wonderful .. he's learned to sit, lay down, and roll over ... He sleeps in the bed .. (ugh .. why fight it!?!?!?) .. and has never missed a beat after being neutered.. I'll post pics later.. He's part of the family.

    We're just busting our butts working on the back 2 acres trying to get it horse ready. The yearling "project" fell through .. so I've got another "thing" up my sleave.. more on that later..

    Well, it's monday morning and I better get to work ...

    *Later* !

    ~tg
         
        05-29-2012, 10:37 AM
      #3004
    Green Broke
    Love the pics, Susan! I love camping with the horses!
         
        05-29-2012, 01:09 PM
      #3005
    Green Broke
    Hank E. Pics

    Being Lucy's shadow


    Him love his daddy....


    Lookin' like a daschund.. lol.
    Hunter65 and Susan Crumrine like this.
         
        05-29-2012, 01:42 PM
      #3006
    Trained
    Welcome Coffeemama
    Nice to meet you
         
        05-29-2012, 01:50 PM
      #3007
    Trained
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Fahntasia    
    Welcome Coffeemamma =)

    CW: you should have been riding her the day you handed them the first payment for her lease. There is absolutely no excuse that they could give you as to why there is still no saddle for her after nearly a month of leasing her.

    Either she cannot be ridden or, she can be ridden but they couldn't even be bothered to get her a saddle because they see how willing you are to just hang out with her and love on her. You should seriously consider holding back 2 lease payments and getting her a saddle, (of course letting them know what you are doing.)

    Have they done her feet yet? When was the last time her teeth were done? I'm very happy for you that you are enjoying each others company so much, BUT I am also angry for you because it seems these people are playing on your heart strings. I hope things work out and the next post we see from you is "I rode Belle, and we had a blast!!"

    Off to work folks, have a great day
    yes they have done her feet in increased her hay and grain
    My husband is going to talk to the father and see what will happen
    Marc agrees we should not pay until we get a saddle

    I am upset that they don't have a saddle yet
         
        05-29-2012, 04:25 PM
      #3008
    Super Moderator
    Still hot this side of the pond. I do not do heat very well - humid heat that is!

    Dogs are uncomfortable with it being so hot, they lay up in the shade still panting like mad.

    Nellie has a very thick wiry coat that does not strip out well so I clipped her out yesterday evening. Seal my Border Collie always has a trace clip in the early summer and autumn, this time I clipped her right out - she looks a bit like the dog in the video!

    She doesn't care she is cooler. Has been running around like a two year old.

    More later, supper has arrived = Fish and chips!
         
        05-29-2012, 04:29 PM
      #3009
    Green Broke
    Foxhunter ...What is "hot" ?
         
        05-29-2012, 04:35 PM
      #3010
    Green Broke
    I'd like everyone to meet my new Pony

    Houdini!.jpg
         

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