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        03-07-2013, 05:38 PM
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    Originally Posted by verona1016    
    That's so bizarre... I'd have left if it were me. What does it matter to the BO whether or not my horse's whiskers have been shaved or he has a bridle path? That couldn't have been the BO's only quirk, either, I'd bet!
    . I plan on leaving soon. The issue is this- my BO is an amazing horseman, he is getting old and over the past 2 months I have had some serious issues with him- he moved my horse without telling me, resulting in him being bitten and drawing blood numerous times from a horse that could reach into his stall, his feeding plan has become so inconsistent that 3 horses have coliced in less then a year, and simply he is getting old and forgetful. But I wouldn't have my horse if it wasn't for him. He found trigger and helped me get him, and I love my horse! I know I need to move, but it's hard pulling myself away from his near fool proof training. I have never had a trainer so knowledgeable. I want to leave, because of all the stupid little things, but just haven't yet. Another reason is that barns are limited in my area. My husband and I in a year plan on building our own, but until then I'm kinda up a creek. Sorry that's a huge off topic post!!!!
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