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[RC] Managing 'toomanyhorses...' - Laurie Durgin

Sort of hypothetical, but not, as I get this undercurrent from family members and non horse lovers--
How many of you had, have or did have--situations where you had more than one horse--(like you can ride one at a time, one rider one horse?)
But they were 'family members, love of your lifes, etc' (non livestock people here of course).Of course the finaces are more of a problem if you don't have land or a high income.
So if you have a couple hroses and one rides alot and others lose interest or only ride occasionally , what did you do, and why?--Or if you can't decide,if you should keep them all, did you or not?

Did you even move (like I am planning on to cut living costs, get more pasture and have more places to ride--not to mention fleeing from this monster city)

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