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post #11 of 24 Old 04-18-2012, 05:49 PM Thread Starter
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I would just google some, don't have any handy but someone else on here might.

On a happier note! LOL!!! Get her an apple tree!
I was more wondering what type of liability waiver you meant. Like, a 'boarding agreement', or a 'hold harmless' type of deal?

Maybe an apple tree would be a good idea. That's actually a really cute thought, haha.
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post #12 of 24 Old 04-18-2012, 05:52 PM
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A hold harmless type, I'm uber tired right now and can't think of the terminology!
LOL!

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What do you mean what do I mean?
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A hold harmless type, I'm uber tired right now and can't think of the terminology!
LOL!
Thanks for the advice. I wonder if she'd actually want that apple tree though... cute idea.

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Free treats for life!

You can get a lot further with a ladder than you can with crutches!!
What do you mean what do I mean?
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If not she could just plant it in the horse field. 100% guarentee that it will be dead and eaten in a matter of days

And FlyGap's right. A nice little form just stating who owns the horse, who is caring for the horse, who is responsible for feed and vet bills, etc should be just dandy :P

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If not she could just plant it in the horse field. 100% guarentee that it will be dead and eaten in a matter of days
That is both funny and true. I should call my friend who owns an orchard...

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A nice little form just stating who owns the horse, who is caring for the horse, who is responsible for feed and vet bills, etc should be just dandy :P
I will look in to writing one up/having one written up.

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I am happy for you and your horse
Thanks! Me too. :)

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I love the idea of tickets to a favorite sporting event, concert, etc. or a gift from your travels - also, you could have a beautiful plant or bouquet of flowers in a decorative container sent to her with a little thank you note- there's nothing like getting a delivery like that to brighten one's day :)
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you could have a beautiful plant or bouquet of flowers in a decorative container sent to her with a little thank you note- there's nothing like getting a delivery like that to brighten one's day :)
I could have flowers sent while I'm away too! That would be great!
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