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        12-21-2012, 11:42 PM
    Green Broke
    Originally Posted by loveduffy    
    tell her you are going to get insurcene on the propety and they need to know that all horses on the property are yours, other wise there think you are a border barn keep it clean
    Good one!
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        12-22-2012, 12:03 AM
    "Thanks for your interest in *horse name* if you can stay civil, and none judgemental, you will continue seeing updates about him because if not, I WILL unfriend you"
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        12-22-2012, 12:10 AM
    First off need I remind you she is only 17 I highly doubt she's going to be hurt by you cutting ties. 2nd you would have to do business with her parents as 17 year olds cannot legally be binded to a contract.
    I say just don't respond to her negative comments and just tell her you don't have time to text and could she please stop. Also do what others said and tell her your facebook has been hacked and just delete her. If she asks to be on your new one tell her family only for right now.
    If she gets upset she's going to do what most 17 year olds do and that is going to get HERself in doo doo.save everything she writes to you. Don't worry about hurting her feelings she's not thinking of yours trust me.


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        12-22-2012, 12:10 AM
    There are backdoor ways of determining whether a person has been blocked on facebook. That will start a war. Get a bill of sale and get it quick. Then do what you have to do to protect yourself and your horse from her interest in her prior horse. This could get ugly really quick and we've all seen it unfold right here on the forum. Bill of sale first....then do what you have to do.
        12-22-2012, 12:11 AM
        12-22-2012, 03:22 AM
    Green Broke
    Always get a bill of sale - nothing else means much at all.

    Call her parents and explain you need a bill of sale, and if you can drop over to get it signed sometime, or if you can meet somewhere, and do it soon. Once its signed then consider addressing this girl - but don't do it first. You have no proof the horse is even yours.

    Then talk to her. There is no reason not to be nice or not to be honest. Say you understand she misses her horse, and you're happy to send her monthly updates by email (if you are) but you think its inappropriate for her to continually post on your Facebook and text you, as the horse is yours now and you feel more than capable of making the best decisions for it. If she posts on your Facebook after this de-friend her. If she texts don't respond. She'll get bored soon enough.
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        12-22-2012, 08:50 AM
    Thanks for all your replies and I love some of the suggestions , but this bill of sale thing has me worried ! I have saved text messages and emails where she states she is giving him to me for free , and also have the posts on FB I could print off if needed . She doesn't know where I live so I don't think she could come out here and get him ...then again I could be wrong . This sounds like it could turn into a mess !!
        12-22-2012, 11:46 AM
    Green Broke
    Type something up and get it signed asap. Can you do it today???
        12-22-2012, 04:16 PM
    No I am not able to .....Her parents we present when we took the horse , but I think if she tried to come and take him , she would have to go to civil court and I believe I have the proof needed to prove my case ...I am just going to cut ties with her all together and just be done ....lesson learned I guess ....I def will not be doing this again and next time I will be getting a bill of sale . Thanks for all your advice guys !
        12-22-2012, 05:12 PM
    I think you should get something in writing

    Like I [persons name] give my horse [horses name] to you [your name] for free
    Then have all parties sign
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