Hi. I have a horse. She had a mule foal in 2005. I didn't know she was pregnant when I bought her. I kept the baby mule, (Buttercup) or (BC). 2 years ago I moved them from my backyard to a barn so BC could be broke to ride and I could have the socialness of a barn. A girl seemed to click with BC, and eventually, I sold BC to her for $1.00, because the situation was good for me as BC would be where I could watch over her. Now is 8 months after selling BC. The girl does not come out to ride anymore. She has missed paying the board for 3 months now. My mistake, I feel, in this, is that I sold BC to a girl who was not mature enough to be responsible, and her mother really can't afford this. So the owner of the barn, Mr. G, has a very big reputable name in this area, and is a very generous man. Very nice family. Owned this barn for over 20 years. He asked me what I want to do. He says he can take BC for the money owed, or I can take her back. I really don't want a 2nd horse, but I feel responsible for BC. Emotionally. My goal was to sell her to the "right" person. How do I not feel guilty letting the barn owner have her? How do I feel like I'm not taking advantage of him ? Or am I? He says if he owns her, she will be trained to pull a buggy. He could possibly sell her better than I could. I just don't know what to do. I think the most important thing to me is the well-being of BC. On the other hand, I don't want 2. I really need some input on this!