IF you sold a horse, let him go for a two week trial, then showed up at the new owners house to finalize the deal and be paid... BUT really aren't impressed with his new living arrangments... would you take the horse back?
Not saying this is happening... but what if it did?
I have more backround posted in the Law section...
A bit more to the story; The horse has been out on a two week trial, but its really been almost a month becuase of money issues (theirs not mine, and I am trying to be understanding here).
They told me they want him.
I told them fine, but I consider him mine until I get paid.
I am to go pick up the money owed tomorrow... I'm a bit uncomfortable with everything now. I just don't get a good feeling but perhaps I am being overly protective?
I'm not fussy when it comes to keeping a horse. As long as they have clean water, clean good looking hay, a good size shelter, and decent fencing I'm pretty sure they will be ok....
Just wondering if anyone ever had a horse sold, then saw its new home and backed out and took the horse back.