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I dunno, White Foot. If I had a full lease on an animal, I'd expect it to be mine during the time I was paying to lease, not have the owner come out and work it whenever they felt like it.Put yourself in her shoes. If that was my horse then I would be doing the same thing.
That's more like a partial lease, and it seems this woman had a hard time realizing if she's receiving money for a full lease, she needs to back off and give the leasee some space.
Coming on occasion to visit the horse is fine. Showing up every day and working the animal in a way that might be detrimental to what the leasee is trying to do, is not.
In any case, the drama llama's gone and took her horse with her.
OP, good luck with finding your own horse. There's no greater feeling than knowing the horse you're riding is yours, and no one can take it away from you.