I recently sold a horse to a party that tried her out, (extensively) had a vet check done and approved, and now a short month later wants to give the horse back because its not working out. When she rides, the horse is refusing to move forward and when a crop is used to "encourage" forward movement, the horse bucks. So now they want to return the horse to me because "it must be a personality clash" They don't want their money back but here is my problem. If I take the horse back, I now have a horse that balks and bucks, and doesn't listen to its rider, she was good when she left here and the reason I sold her was because she was my daughters horses and my daughter is moving out of state. I don't have time to ride two horses and when I just ride mine, this horse gets very buddy sour in the pasture to the point that she gets my horse upset wondering what has the other horse upset. I don't want 2 horses anymore that's why I sold her in the first place. So do I take her back and forgo a nice relaxing summer of riding my horse so that I can retrain her to try and sell again, or tell her no you can't bring her back, take her to an auction like you said, and then worry about what happened to her down the road? She was a very sweet horse before she left, I am not sure what will be coming back. Any ideas?