I just noticed yesterday a horse on my neighbors property, wasnt sure if it was hers or not so didnt think anything of it but she hadnt had horses before and didnt seem like a horsey person. Today she comes to my house and asks if the horse belongs to me and well, it doesnt. She procedes to tell me she has been chasing it non stop shooting at it to scare it. She said she thought she might know who it belongs to but doesnt seem inclined to even find its owners. I couldnt sit their and just watch so I got in my car to go knock on doors and find out information. I did find someone who had a horse that looked like the one I was describing and gave me a number to call. They guy that it probably belongs to has property that borders hers and its likley that our recent ice storms could have caused a downed fence allowing the horse on to crazy neighbors property. They guy just keeps his horse on this property, a large piece of land but he lives in town and checks a few times a week. After I got home from asking around she continued with a 4-wheeler just running the horse at random EVERYWHERE. It may be on her property at the moment but what right does she have to harrass the horse causing possible injury. Thank God I think I found the owners and called them so they can rescue it from this evil woman.
Good grief! She's lucky that she didn't get hurt herself. Not that she doesn't kind of have it coming to her acting like that. My mom has horses and most of her neighbors do as well. I notice that they all kind of watch out for each other. I like that about horse people. If they saw a horse somewhere that it wasn't supposed to be, they would let the owner know right away, might even throw on a lead and put it back in it's own pasture, if it would let them catch it.
"Be who you are and say what you feel. Because those that matter, don't mind...And those that mind....don't matter."