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  1. This. Thank you.

    This. Thank you.
  2. My question was: Is it appropriate to contact...

    My question was: Is it appropriate to contact breeder given the circumstances, and offer the horse back if they so desire to take it. I wanted to do that before I tried to re-home horse elsewhere,...
  3. Really, not looking to place blame and wanted...

    Really, not looking to place blame and wanted nothing but to find the horse a suitable home. I've been in horses long enough that I accept there is always risk. I take responsibility for buying the...
  4. The plot thickens. Perusing local ads and see...

    The plot thickens.

    Perusing local ads and see one for my mare's half sibling (same sire.) I could have written the ad myself. While there were no hard details in the ad, the wording makes it...
  5. Potentially, hopefully.... I am looking into...

    Potentially, hopefully.... I am looking into that.

    Horse was not insured, paperwork was on my desk and I got busy with other things. :(

    I've not had the best luck the last 10 years. And all...
  6. Well, I made contact with the breeder who can not...

    Well, I made contact with the breeder who can not (will not?) take the horse back. I realize buyer beware and all, and in no way do I blame the breeder for this as I am sure she had no idea. Just...
  7. The breeder was wonderful to deal with during the...

    The breeder was wonderful to deal with during the purchasing process, has a great program, and in no way do I blame her for this. It is a bummer, all the way around. :( I know she may not want the...
  8. Thanks for the responses thus far. Non-horsey...

    Thanks for the responses thus far.

    Non-horsey hubby says to ask breeder to refund a portion of purchase price, but I in no way expect or even want that, and don't feel comfortable asking. While...
  9. Breeders, How Would You Want This Handled?

    Buyer approaches you with wish/need list. You help buyer choose a young, unbroke prospect. Buyer does a basic PPE, flexions, no xrays.

    As soon as horse is put into training, a major issue...
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