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|01-13-2014 12:41 AM|
|holland||glad she moved her horse|
|01-12-2014 04:27 PM|
|01-12-2014 04:23 PM|
|VTGirlT||Laura is currently moving her horse now. Thanks everyone|
|01-12-2014 03:25 PM|
|VTGirlT||Thanks for the posts guys. It's encouraging to see that it seems most people also believe it is Sam's responsibility. And yes i do hope the horse is okay, he's a really cool horse.|
|01-12-2014 03:09 PM|
Sam did the final night check = Sam is responsible for making sure all doors were properly closed.
Not to mention Sam's horse = Sam's vet bill.
|01-12-2014 02:40 PM|
I agree it is Sam's responsibility and Laura should move her horse ASAP. Who leaves poison where it is accessible to pets? Perhaps the horse let itself out of the stall - like this one.....
VIDEO | Houdini Horse learns to escape from stalls
|01-12-2014 02:36 PM|
|stmcfred||I agree with Jax. Laura should get her horse out of there asap. I don't know Sam or how she is but I'd be worried something might happen to Laura's horse.|
|01-12-2014 02:31 PM|
|Blanketback||I can't see a court finding that a 3rd party should be responsible for what is stored in someone else's barn. That's just crazy. If you were babysitting in someone's home and the child got into medication that was improperly stored, it would be the parent's fault, right? Sam sounds like a manipulating opportunist. I hope the horse is ok.|
|01-12-2014 02:27 PM|
|Jax08||She needs to get her horse out of there ASAP. They can not take her horse for THEIR vet bills. If it was a bill she incurred for her horse or boarding fees then yes. But just the threat of this would make me pull my horse out of there immediately.|
|01-12-2014 02:25 PM|
Originally Posted by VTGirlT View Post
what a court would say? who knows...
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