Before I start I wasn't sure if I should post this here or in the boarding section. That being said, if it's in the wrong place please move it!
Well I've just been at this boarding facility for a little over a month and is been great. I've herd some not so nice things about this place from a former friend (who lies) so who knows how true they are!
All of the horses are fat happy and healthy. Most of the horses being retirees and a majority of the owners are older.
Yesterday I went and groomed Moose an feeding time is usually around 4 since it gets dark fairly early. A girl who does not have a horse at the barn feeds on Sunday nights to give the barn manager a break. She does have her own horses but they are at her own house. She is sweet and I don't really know her not do I have anything against her.
She feeds all the horses and brings the inside boarders in their stalls for the night. Now moose is in a paddock with 2 other horses who are owned by the same lady. Thy all wait patiently for their grain at there own buckets and since I had moose in the barn already I feed him in the empty stall. Well I didn't see one feed bucket go up into moose's paddock yesterday! The two other horses were up there whinnying and waiting patently. I'm honesty not 100% if they were fed or not but I'm almost positive they were not fed. In the boarding contract it clearly states all horses get fed 2x a day with a free choice round bail. Let me tell you I was not happy because if I was not there my horse probably wouldn't of been fed. And them to top it off she forgets to close one of the stall doors that she put a horse in! O.O I mean, what would you do? I generally like the plae I'm at but I might possibly be movin barns just because a fried of mine might keep her horse there And I want a riding buddy.
So I mean what would you do in this situation?!
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