Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Reluctantly delete

I removed all the posts and references to a horse that was given to me.  He didn’t work out, and I had to find him a new home with a trainer that has more skills than I do.  It was a sad tale which I told in an honest manner, yet I have been accused of libel and threatened with legal action if I didn’t remove it.  I am sure that nothing I wrote was libelous, but to avoid any sort of hassle, I removed my blogs about him.  I don’t suppose many people will even notice.  There are very few hits on those pages.  Everyone has moved on. 

I want people to know that I not trying to hide the facts from anyone.   There was nothing to be ashamed of, and I was willing to stand by what happened as a truthful and sad story. 

To the person who keeps telling the former owner that I haven’t removed everything, I have to ask.  What kind of friend are you?  Do you like making her upset?  You should be ashamed of yourself.  If you were a real friend, you would protect her from unhappiness, not cause it.  


Nuzzling Muzzles said...

Judi - No, they were QH people. I once asked a trainer why no one does a competition where trainers have to start an Arab over a three day period, and he admitted that they are almost a different animal. They need a lot more time and a different approach.

Judi Daly said...

With all the horses and my dog--switching to a tongue click was seamless. I kept my cat on the clicker so he wouldn't get confused when I clicked the dog.