First of all, I am very ignorant when it comes to horses. I have owned a miniature horse for about 2 years and that is it. There is a pasture down the road from me that has a 3 year old tennesee walker stallion and a 5 or so year old pony in separate stalls. The problem is, they are never out of their stalls. They are only being fed about every couple of days and everytime I go down there they have no water. I am not tall enough to see over the stall door to see what kind of shape the pony is in, but the walker has chewed his stall door down really low and has also chewed a hole in the side of his stall. When i was giving him carrots I was able to look in and his hooves are so long it is heartbreaking. I have fallen in love with this horse and the owner said she wanted to sell them because she cannot take care of them. The only thing is, she wants $1400.00 for them both. I would be keeping them in the same place as she is because the owner of the land said I could. I don't really want the pony and I don't have that kind of money. Neighbors have called everyone they can think of about these poor animals and nobody wants to step in. What should I do? I can't stand to see them like this but I don't have that kind of money. Any advice would be appreciated.