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Can anyone help rehoming this pony?
CompletePushover · 16/01/2014 22:56
The long story
If anyone needs a companion pony or can help could you please pm me? It's mid Wales area.
The pony is around 30 yrs old I believe, and unfortunately is a stallion. But he is a very pleasant chap and would be great company for a lonely horse.
BigArea · 16/01/2014 23:10
Bump - am lurking on your other thread. Photo?
Pixel · 16/01/2014 23:11
No is a complete sentence...
CompletePushover · 17/01/2014 08:03
You'll love them! Go on. You know you want to.
I'll see about a photo later
elastamum · 17/01/2014 11:40
Wow! I read your whole other thread. You have my sympathy.
I evicted an opportunistic farmer when I moved here, he had sheep in our fields and had 'agreed' with the previous owners they could stay. Not pleasant
It will be almost impossible to rehome a 30yr old stallion - but it really isnt your problem. the horse owner is taking the piss and just needs to rent a new field and move her horses. It really isnt that hard to do, it sounds like she just doesnt want to pay.
They are seriously taking the piss. Grit your teeth and get rid of her
CompletePushover · 17/01/2014 13:59
Thanks elasta :) can I ask how you got him evicted in the end? Did it have to go to court?
5OBalesofHay · 17/01/2014 15:16
A stallion is not a companion. Saddly, I think it needs to be pts i
Pixel · 17/01/2014 17:02
No I won't, we've already got a 25 yo and a 30 yo, we don't need to be paying rent for any more unrideable golden oldies! Unless of course I can get some kind person to offer me free grazing, I've heard that can happen sometimes .
CompletePushover · 17/01/2014 17:04
But Pixel, it will enrich your life and give you a "lovely warm feeling".
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