In a nutshell- I had a pony we rescued which needed too much retraining for to be considered a child-safe pony. I worked with him for 6 months already. I started looking around for another and found someone that would sell me one that was older and bomb proof and pick up our pony to take on as a project to keep and resell. Sounds like a good deal. So they drop off the new pony and take mine late at night. By daylight, I can then see the new pony is far older they I was told (not 16 but more like 20 ish) extremely underweight, she took 5 hours to eat a 1/4 flake. She is not healthy. I did see a video which looked like a sound animal being ridden so I didn't go into it completely site unseen. I am having a vet come up today to eval her. I also signed a contract saying "as is" etc- however, contract or not, this animal was misrepresented by age and health. I did ask if she had any health issues and she is NOT 16. I have all this via text. Does this fall under anything legal such as "misrepresentation of goods" etc that could help me get refunded? If not, just to get them to take her back. I feel very duped and cheated. I gave them a strong, healthy pony, with nicely kept feet and currently teeth float. I am very upset.