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Helping a Horse Lover
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Helping a Horse Lover

I am the VERY proud boyfriend of a girl that has more love for her horse than anything in the world. She has spent the last few years riding a horse named Buddha. She competes in shows and jumpers. Buddha is owned by the owner of the farm and allows my girlfriend to pay an amount to ride Buddha and she also helps out at the barn.

She visits the barn, where her horse along with three other horses, are stabled. She spends hours on top of hours riding the horses, cleaning the stalls, feeding the horses, and loving them.  The owner of the farm recently lost her job and is looking to sell a couple of the horses, including Buddha. 

When I first met her, I was jealous of the love that she shared with Buddha. I have never seen such passion for a living thing in my entire 24 years of existence. She truly loves Buddha with all her heart.

The owner has offered to sell the horse to my girlfriend for a lower price than listed because of the amount of work that she has put in with Buddha. The only problem is that she does not have the money. 

This post is more of a plea than anything. I have been trying to find extra work to help her pay for her true love. I reach out to all other horse lovers for any advice in raising money to purchase the horse.

She loves horses. She loves riding. I am afraid that if she loses this horse, that she will lose her passion to rise. Please comment with any ideas and/or any support.

 

 

 

 

 

Thank you and God bless.

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  1. Silver Fox
    Mmmm.
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  2. autumnap
    autumnap
    I also wish that I could afford another horse. I work full time, write part-time and just about cover my day to day bills. Even if someone bought me a horse, I doubt I could afford to keep one.
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  3. MzLissa777
    I'm sure your already thinking hard on this issue so forgive me if I reinvent the wheel ;-P Remember her horsemanship skills and experience are incredibly valuable. Marketed in the right way your girl could essentially mentor & teach a younger rider while she practices with her horse. It could be fun! Could you yourself be of help to other local stables? And good luck to you, all 3 of you.
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