Originally Posted by momo3boys
I totally agree. What if the lease was for a year? Do you think it would matter? I don't need someone to train him, I need someone to help pay for him... Maybe a highschool kid for a project?
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I've known people to lease their horses out. Some are required to stay at the same barn others can go to a new place. Most of the time the horses are taken good care of and their training was still good. BUT you do come across those who just aren't horse equipt. I've seen people lease out their horses and come back from the lease and be horrible under saddle, under weight, and just not the same horse that they once had. Some are fixable but not always.
I think you would be best off not leasing him out. If you are doing stall board maybe you think about putting him in the pasture or finding a new place that is cheaper. You don't really want to share your horse do you?