Join Date: May 2010
Location: Northern California
Its not fair that you have to rehome her but if that their choice then you need to do jt that and REHOME her. I have clients that where given an older horse, the werent going to bring her home but the felt sorry for her, she had no life to her, sad eyes and thin and could careless about anyone or anything. In her final moments they cleaned up her feet, floated her teeth, put 200 bls on her wormed her and used her as a therapy horse for her physically disabled parents, who enjoyed feeding her treats grooming her and just being around her. They pumped 2000 dollars into her to give her a good of a life as they could for a horse they knew could never be rode or even walked very far, she pasted away less than a year after bring her home, but she had life back in her eyes and was happy to see you/ anyone, and was apart of their family.
You need to find your horse a home like this which will be hard and you will probably have to give her away in the process, but at least you will know she is safe and healthy
Don't breed, buy. Don't buy, adopt.