Conversation Between Cheyennes mom and qha4
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- I'd keep her where she is for now. We might move her closer to us eventually, but the closest I've ever been to owning a horse is my lease so I want to know all about it before moving her. Plus where she is now her owner would do the feeding and turning out and all that. I did a lease where I could come whenever I want and do whatever with Shey. It costs $150 but I muck stalls 2 times a week so I pay $100 instead. I don't think a free lease would work out because the reason why her owner wants to sell her is because she has no use for her so she needs more money. Cheyenne is one of the ones to sell because she isn't making much money off of her I mean, she only gets payed $100 a month from me and she stopped using her for lessons because Shey wasn't happy with them so that doesn't pay off the bills that she has to take care of.
- no because Shey's owner wants to ask her herself. You know, to say the details and all. But I always look on craigslist for horses and I'm like 'oh mom look at this one it seems perfect can I get it please???????????' she says 'In your dreams!!' I can't even afford the lease! I have to muck stalls 2 times a week in order to lease at all and that's still $100 that my parents are paying and if I got Cheyenne then I'd have to pay $200. I'm scared! What if my parents say no and Cheyenne is sold?! And she will be if I don't buy her, she'd be SOOO easy to sell! Plus I'm not going to get another offer like this! I mean, what could be better than a horse for your birthday?!?!
- hey! Yep could be!! I'm freaking out both for exitement and panic! My parents aren't really horsey people and they aren't likely to let Cheyenne's owner give Cheyenne to me, but if I don't let her give her to me Cheyenne will be up for sale and she won't take long to sell AT ALL!!!