I told y'all about my daughter's trainer giving her a rescue horse. The horse was on 4 scoops of feed a day with no grass. We have started opening our pastures for half a day, so we switched her to just 3 a day (maybe we shouldn't have IDK) Well yesterday my mom went to the barn with us to see my daughters horse. My brother-in-laws mother was there, too. While we were up there my daughters trainer came up there and asked us if we fed Hope today. I told her that we had given her a scoop already and that we were going to give her 2 scoops when we left. Well, she started ranting and raving because she didn't get 4 scoops and said she didn't want no part in that horse anymore and that she was going to call the lady we got her from and see what she wants to do. I said you do what you have to do, but nobody is going to take the effing horse from my daughter. My mom spoke up and said don't worry the horse will get fed and she told my mother to shut up that this is none of her business :shock:. Of course I told her not to talk to my mother like that. It went on and on. Well, last night Hope's previous owner calls me (she runs a rescue). She wants to make us sign a contract now and she said Hope needs 6 scoops of grain now instead of 4 (although she hasn't lost any weight), she also said that she can't be ridden (which my daughter has been doing because her trainer told her that's what Hope needs), instead she needs to be lunged. She also said that we will not be able to move Hope unless she gives us permission (we are boarding right now, but do plan on getting our own place). When we originally got Hope, she said we could move her we just had to let her know where we were moving her to. At this point I am very hesitant to sign a contract because her instructions have been changed already. I am concerned that she will be able to take her whenever she wants if I do that. I have the card that my daughters trainer gave her when she gave her Hope, so that should be proof that the horse belongs to my daughter. I'm also going to have the vet out and give us feeding instructions, exercise instructions and advice on wether or not she is rideable. What would you do in this situation?