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        12-15-2008, 04:35 PM
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    This is a bit of a long story but September this year I came out to America and basically someone tried to kill my mum and I. With there being a court case I can't return back to England. Friends of mine were ment to be looking after my horses for me whilst I was away but that was only ment to be for a month. Now its getting on to four months and they are getting tired of looking after them I guess. Im doing everything in my power to not have to sell them but each day that's looking more and more like the only possibility. If that's the road I would have to go down then I would much rather put them out on loan rather then sale.
    As I am out of the country and have no way of getting back does anyone have any ideas how I should go about putting them out on loan.
    There are 2 horses and very well mannored. One is a ride and drive and the other one has just turned 4 and is ready to be backed.
    Any ideas would be appreciated.
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        12-15-2008, 10:55 PM
    Do you have other friends that have horses that could take them for a while? Do you know of a riding stable that needs good mounts that could borrow them for a while or maybe a trainer who could start the young one and refine the older one while you are away? Also, has your friend said that they are getting tired of taking care of them? I would suggest that first, ask your friend if they mind watching them for a longer time. They might not mind at all, especially if they know about your circumstances. Good luck and I really hope you don't have to sell them.

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