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        06-28-2009, 02:15 PM
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    Green Broke
    Unhappy What happens when you're gone

    Hubby and I have been talking about updating our will and this kinda made me start thinking about my horses. If something should happen to me, what will happen to my horses since I'm the only one that rides and works with them.

    I've since started making provisions for them. Have approached a particular friend about taking them and everything that goes with them including the trailer. All these things are to be sold to help off set the costs of keeping them the way they are accustumed to.

    Hopefully this will not come to reality, but I sleep better planning for the unknown.

    Have any of you thought about this? Have you made any plans?

    Sorry for the "morbid" topic, but it is soooo very dreary here (pouring again) and my mind tends to travel in strange directions sometimes!
         
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        06-28-2009, 02:18 PM
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    Weanling
    I have thought about it actually and the plans that I made were my mother would get them on the conditon they arent sold and if she gone then my friend amber will get them so then I know they are well care for as they are now hopefully that never has to be a plan fufilled
         

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