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Re: [RC] Slaughter/Breeding - Bette Lamore

I totally agree, Heidi
And I myself have bought back 3 horses that the owners could no longer care for. I already pay a fortune in AHA fees and do not need some hypothetical scenario to cause me to pay a horse "tax."
I, too, screen my buyers and have refused to sell several horses to various buyers due to various reasons; however, you cannot keep track of your offspring unless the buyer is willing to do so. I have been pretty lucky yet I understand there are no guarantees in life.
Bette
Bette Lamore
Whispering Oaks Arabians
Home of Bunny and 16.2h TLA Halynov
who lives on through his legacy Hal's Riverdance!
http://www.arabiansporthorse.com

"Life is not  a journey to the grave with the intention of arriving safely
in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather to skid in broadside,
thoroughly used up, totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming --WOW-- what
a ride !! "
 
heidi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx wrote:
Don't EVEN get me started on this one!  As a breeder who has had the nasty experience of trying to be "responsible" and fighting like crazy to get a rescue agency to let me take a horse THAT I BRED that fell into their clutches (you should have seen my phone bill) and

 
Heidi 

We've come up with an idea, kind of like the 'disposal' tax you pay on tires when you buy them.  When you are involved in breeding a horse you should be d starvatrequired to give $100 to a general rescue



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