Originally Posted by churumbeque
Always leave on good terms and do not burn any bridges. The satisfaction of ripping her a new one could come back to haunt you.
Absolutely! The horse boarding world is a very small one and someone always knows someone who knows someone and it will bite you.
Driving 30 miles twice a day is costing you an extra $5 a day minimum or $150 a month. Not counting the wear and tear on your car and the almost 2 hours of your time, is it still cheap?
Just about anyplace you find that you want to move her to will have a way to help you move her. Most operators will be happy to help. They want and need the income of a new boarder so taking an hour out of their day is a good investment for them. You don't "owe" anything to the people where you are now. Get out before it sours you to horse ownership.