Join Date: Jan 2012
Location: Powhatan, Virginia
Well anyway...I don't think the purpose of this thread was to discuss our marksman skills LOL
OP, my opinion is keep them. You've said that you do have the money to continue caring for them- you just don't want to see them wilt away in a field.
As Speed said, horses do not care if you ride them or not. They're happy as a clam to just sit there and eat all day and night. Also, having each other for companionship does them well.
Hell, even my show horse who enjoys his job doesn't give a flying heck if I ride him...as long as he gets fed every day, some form of attention, and his farrier/vet needs taken care of he could care less if he's ridden!