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        08-04-2011, 07:14 PM
    I would first off ask to see her in person, and get your ownership in writing. That way, you legally own him, and there's no questioning it. Through e-mail it can still be questioned.

    I would also tell her no, not right now anyways.

    I'm in the same situation with my horses old owner. She contacted me on FB and keeps requesting things, and I don't want my horse around her again. I just ignore it. It's rude, but I can't risk him.
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        08-04-2011, 09:21 PM
    I think it's perfectly reasonable for a past owner to want to come see the horse. But flat out asking to ride the horse? That would really piss me off and I'd let her have an earful.

    Those hoof pictures were shocking, and the lady is obviously not wrapped real tight. I wouldn't even allow to her visit the horse. Not after how badly she neglected him and how much work you've put into cleaning up her mess.
        08-05-2011, 08:22 AM
    Originally Posted by anndankev    
    Print your emails out with the headers (from and to).
    Yes. Do this and save the digital version some where safe too.

    It sounds like you did the right thing. This person seems to have no idea how devastating their neglect was to the well being of this poor horse. I would not trust her with a flea, let alone riding my horse.

    Does she know where you keep the horse?

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