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Anyone buy? sell? adopt? from Brit Le'Brand Farm Warsaw Ohio?

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  • Originally posted by mpack View Post
    Yikes! Brittany still at it...:-(( sad for all--people and animals. Intimidation is her game--so, take a deep breath -and don't bow to her threats. I think her goal is to harass so the horse or dog come back to her and enable her to sell again. Keep records of ALL correspondence. Do file as many formal complaints as possible. Coshocton Police and the Ohio's Attorney General's Office all have complaints regarding her. DO post on rip-off report and other sites that enable you to tell your story and warn others. I wonder if there is a site comprable to this forum for dogs--certainly others in the aussie market have similiar stories and you could unite. SO sorry for your troubles!

    Good idea mpack...I will look into the other forum! :-)

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    • I'm not a legal expert, but I think this calls for a restraining order. That'll get rid of her fast, or hopefully get her arrested.

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      • Kya

        Kya for sale again? Still not started under saddle at 5 yrs? and the poor little pony in foal again- again, when I compare the other horses for sale to what she has, for the price she is asking, it is obvious she is still living in her dream world.

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        • aussie dogs

          another dog off her list- I sure wish ppl would check her out before they buy/lease/adopt from her

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          • Justadreamer

            Any updates? Did dingbat show up at your house?

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            • Originally posted by dogontired View Post
              Any updates? Did dingbat show up at your house?
              No, she left us alone when we threatened to call the Sheriff.

              LOL...I like that...dingbat is a good name for her! :-)

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              • Glad to hear everything calmed down for you, and not surprised. She still reads this board on a regular basis and probably figured that once you'd started getting advice from us prior victims that she ought to buzz off. Happy holidays and hug your puppy!!!

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                • Originally posted by Eous View Post
                  Yes, I saw her at Quarter Horse Congress just this past weekend. She was selling Aussie pups under the Belle Greye Haven Stable name. She had two left on Sunday morning and said she had already taken 6 deposits on an upcoming litter. I hope more people run across this thread before they buy from her.

                  I am just an unsuspecting person who bought an aussie from Belle Greye Haven Stable Aussies. Her name is indeed, B. Her contract came after the deposit. I had no idea that I would need to sign a contract. Yes, i should have done some more research, I agree. She acted like if I didn't jump I would not get the dog my child wanted. I could not get my deposit back, contract said so, so I went forward. Now I am not sure that I got what I paid for and she wants to send the registration papers to me and I will have to pay for it and her ad says that the puppies are registered. It has been almost a year and no papers. Everything was misleading. I hooked her up with a friend of mine, before I knew this information and B kept slapping her with ridiculous fines. B makes you spay or neuter your puppy and if you don't do it on time, you have to pay her fines.
                  She charges $950. but then she charges you another $700 if you want to breed your puppy. I sure wish I would have done my homework first.
                  Buyer beware!

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                  • beenscammed44, sorry that you've had to join the nasty-experiences-with-B club. Did you get your puppy at Quarter Horse Congress puppy alley? If yes, contact the people responsible for running Congress and in particular puppy alley and file a complaint based on your experience.

                    Good luck.

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                    • If those puppies are registered with the AKC, she can not withold the papers. Turn her in to them and let that ball get rolling....If she advertised them as registered, she has to turn them over to you at the time of sale.

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                      • Originally posted by tradewind View Post
                        If those puppies are registered with the AKC, she can not withold the papers. Turn her in to them and let that ball get rolling....If she advertised them as registered, she has to turn them over to you at the time of sale.
                        wish it were that easy with the horse registrations, she has a long history of withholding the horse papers until additional "ransom" is paid.

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                        • Original Poster

                          I hope 2013 is "the Year" someone with the authority to do so--shuts her down on ALL levels--sparing future horses, puppies, and people from her dishonest, abusive ways

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                          • and again...

                            "KK" is back on horseclicks.com. Pics posted are from last year, "downsizing" AGAIN...when will it stop...ugh

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                            • Originally posted by trailqueen View Post
                              "KK" is back on horseclicks.com. Pics posted are from last year, "downsizing" AGAIN...when will it stop...ugh
                              Link please.
                              Last edited by 5; Mar. 22, 2013, 04:51 PM.
                              A pussycat of a horse with a chewed off tail won the triple crown, The Cubs won the world series and Trump won the Presidency.
                              Don't tell me 'It can't be done.'

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                              • Originally posted by 5 View Post
                                Link please.
                                here you go, 5:

                                http://www.horseclicks.com/stunning_.../horses/280596


                                Interesting that there are no pix showing the right side of this horse's face. Trailqueen, is this the grey that had the bad eye on the right side?

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                                • There are several horses listed on a local Cincinnati Horse page on Facebook by this person. Actually not her, someone else posted them and it lists her as the contact person...

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                                  • Blake Eve is the person posting and then if you read down it gives Britney Sturtz as the contact person. Cincinnati area equestrian world is the FB page.

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                                    • Originally posted by Cincirider View Post
                                      Blake Eve is the person posting and then if you read down it gives Britney Sturtz as the contact person. Cincinnati area equestrian world is the FB page.
                                      Blake Eve is the girl in the photos of Demi, which are from 2 or 3 years ago, when Demi was still sound. Demi has already been leased out once and returned to B because she was not, and would not stay, sound (after much harassment from B). Blake is a student at a university northwest of Cincinnati, and really ought to know better than to front for Britney. You are known by the company you keep, Blake, be careful what you wish for. The Ohio horse community is VERY small and has a l-o-n-g memory.....

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                                      • Yeah, I posted the link to this COTH thread on the FB page. I didn't want some unsuspecting person to get involved with Britney.

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                                        • watch out...

                                          Advertising horses for sale only because of current owners health issues and priced a lot more than before (Again), prices of Aussie pups raised anywhere from $50 to $300 more than they were yesterday...

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