Originally Posted by MsBHavin
Then she's just as much at fault for not finding a neutral vet to call and price options. For all we know, the $3000 is including the cost for transporting the dead horse to a good place to do an autopsy, and disposal.
This is all speculation, as we don't know how this communication went.
However, my horse died suddenly at a training facility, I'd be shocked and grieving, and maybe not 100% sharp on every issue.
Conversely, if I was running a horse training facility and a client's horse died, I'd make sure I walk the client through all the procedures, and take into account that the client could be in shock.
She says on her FB, right after the horse died, that they didn't want to do investigate any further, because they are not planning to sue the facility, and they don't think there was any negligence involved. So suddenly who is not suing (for once!) is somehow at fault?