Smrobs, I meant list him and sell him to a good home for like $1 to make it legal. I should have clarified. Sorry. I know it would be hard to place him. He is a super gentle horse who is great with kids. I hope that she'll find him a home where he'd be a pasture buddy and do pony rides once in a blue moon for little kids. I haven't suggested euthanizing him yet because this is her first horse and I know she just wants him to have a good home. I know it is a very real possibility that she will have to euthanize him. I'll put the idea to her gently. It will be a last resort though. I have informed her of the very real possibility of not knowing where he could end up eventually, good, bad, or indifferent. She is aware of the risks, but really feels that she can feel out a good place for him.
Do you have any recommendations on where and how to advertise him as a companion horse?
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