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Date:8/19/2014 10:46:55 PM
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Hey! Gosh, Idk... do you know if there was anything that caused Star to flip over on the rider? Was she acting naughty before that, or do you think something happened to spook her? Maybe the rider? She could have been frightened or irritated... you never know. Or, do you think you could convince your parents to send Star to a trainer and see how she behaves (maybe even with your own money?)? One more solution: if your parents insist you absolutely HAVE to sell Star, see if you can sell him to someone you're close to... one of your riding buddies, your trainer, someone at your school... that way you can still see him sometimes. I know how it feels to almost lose a horse... a couple months ago my gparents and mom told me that I had to give Dreamer back, that she was just too much to handle (and we were gonna follow that same arrangment- we were gonna give her to someone my stepdad works with so I could see her). Luckily, we did get to keep her (obviously), and I REALLY think you'll have the same luck. Here is a vote... I wish you the best of luck, and I will definately keep trying to think of ways you can keep Star... ♥
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