We bought a horse from a lady. we have texts proving that we agreed the price and that my name would be on the brand. She scheduled the Brand inspector when we were not home and left her name on the Brand. When we questioned her.she said we had a verbal agreement that she would stay on the brand we most certainly did not. She's crazy controlling and a nut job. I have no idea why she's doing this. she 100% lied to the brand inspector. We explained that it was illegal for her to do this and that we were going to have her removed. When we called the brand inspector to fix the situation he said She called and asked to be informed if we ask to have her be removed. She told him she was gonna sit outside in her car on the road because because she's not allowed on her property. What are my rights here here ? And how does she have a leg to stand ?Any advice would be greatly appreciated
Post by Meadow Creek Mama on Jul 12, 2021 15:44:00 GMT -5
I've only done brand inspections with cattle, but from what they have told me, you have at least 30 days after the paperwork to file that the sale didn't go as planned. That of course means you are going to have to return the horse and get your money back...if you can.
I don't know why the lady would have the brand inspector involved at all if she was not going to have the name on the brand changed, it kindda defeats the purpose of the brand inspection at a sale in the first place. I think dealing just with the brand inspector and their office (talk to a manager) is your only recourse, especially if you have the texts to prove the lady was going to change her name for yours. If you can talk to the right people and have the proof, hopefully the office should just be able to take care of things.
Try to stay civil with the seller in case you have to try and get your money back.
Homestead wife and mom to three kiddos with #4 on the way. Jerseys milk cows, pigs, chickens, geese and gardens.
if you bought the horse and have a bill of sale , you use that and the current 1 with her name on it , to get a new one with your name on it , that proves she owned the horse , and the bill of sale proves you now own the horse , I live in a brand state and all sales of Equine and cattle need a brand inspection , even if they are not branded , show the brand inspector where you bought the horse , even if it is on your phone Suzanne
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I'm not sure she gave me the right one. But I have lots of texts saying she sold him to me. I have the brand inspector coming today to try to fixed it. Pretty sure she lied to him. She gonna be watching us from the road. ;( he's my first horse. I rode a lot but with rescues on a farm. I could never afford one till now. I've never dealt with brands. My husband doesn't know horses at all. I'm at a lost of what to do. I know if we went to court we win but that's a lot of money and time. He's my babe, I will never give him up. And this women shouldn't have any horse much less my boy. We move to Colorado for work. So I have no family to reply on. I wish I had someone Is knowledgeable to have my back.
If money has been passed and the horse has changed hands, and you have records of that (bill of sale, bank statements, check copies etc) is this the sort of thing you could get a sheriff involved in? I just feel like this is a restraining order waiting to happen. What does she have to gain by not changing the name on the brand?
It's 110% a control thing. She a flipper that tries to say she a rescue. She not. It's all about $$$ for her. It has to be she crazy because I can't come up with another excuse of why she doing this. I feel like I'm in a abusive relationship. The cops told me to call them if she showed up. But im gonna see if the brand inspector can talk sense into her. Lying to a government Official is a crime. She also owes us money for boarded her two horses and cats. So if we go to court she probably get jail time and be made to pay us. I think that's the argument the brand inspector is gonna make. She says she had proof the agreement was for to be on the brand.but I only text with her about important things same for my husband. And we literally only found stuff supporting our us. I'm a ball full of nerves. I'm all by myself with my two small kids. My husband works over a hour away. Just praying the brand inspector talks sense into her. But this is weird right?
Post by sdmilkmaid on Jul 13, 2021 13:38:05 GMT -5
Totally weird. But you already have the ear of law enforcement, so it shouldn't get out of hand. Rachel
Me, my Hubby, and four Littles one horse - Cappy A burgeoning goat herd 35+ British White and Angus mama cows, and several bulls My milk cows: Faith, Chick and Freckles Heifers coming up - Dolly Dixie RIP
Post by jerseyrose on Jul 14, 2021 13:29:19 GMT -5
Will he change the brand to your name? I have no idea on brands but I hope you have concrete proof of her selling the horse to you ( BOS, new reg papers etc..) ? have updated current pictures of the horse in case she goes off the rails. Sounds like a real nut job.
I would get a good dog too.
Julie wife, mom to 3 wonderful ( now adult) kids :-)
7 Angus/ Hereford cross heifers 1 Angus heifer Jersey steer --Willie RIP-- Rose-Jersey RIP-- Abby - Jersey Rosie-- Jersey past family cow Lily -- Angus / Jersey past family cow 2 appaloosas- Candy, Sierra 1 quarter horse - Salem 2 dogs-- Mia, Sadie a herd of 30 Boer goats 30 plus chickens
Your in colorado? i have a friend that runs a rescue there.. what is the name of the lady causing issues.. you can pm me if you want. and ill run the name by her and see if she knows this person. i remember her posting about a person with issues.. wondering if same person.
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