Tuesday, August 30, 2011

Paid In Full

Today has been such a long day. I had an appointment at 8 am in Ruidoso, and even though I was awake at 5 am nursing a violent migraine I couldn't decrease the intensity of the migraine, or move faster than a sloth on librium. It poured down periodically in Ruidoso Downs and Ruidoso but was bone dry here. I managed to get through a rushed and hectic day and return to Alto in time to get "No-Name" ready for my boss to ride.

My boss rode this horse shortly after he arrived, when he shouldn't have had a saddle on him because he was in such poor condition. Then he never even laid eyes on the horse until yesterday.
At that time he was grinning from ear to ear seeing what had been a text book case of malnutrition, turn into a fully fleshed out horse, with pulled mane, healthy shining coat and polished hooves. Pretty enough to walk into a show ring. So today he had to ride again despite the threatening storm clouds.

It's a real thrill to see a fully fitted and healthy horse ready for conditioning when they have been allowed to lapse into such a poor state. But malnutrition seems to be becoming the "normal" in the horse industry. Earlier today my daughter had 2 bales of hay outside their paddocks. Within 30 minutes of been left there both had been stolen.

I am firmly convinced that we need a legitimate hay bank in Lincoln County. Most people in the horse industry would happily give someone a couple of bales of hay. It's sad when people resort to stealing. I have no idea what my daughter is going to feed the children's ponies tomorrow morning, but it won't be stolen. That is for sure.

The only thing left for me to do is to plead to the family members of Robert Huckins to intervene. If that be Michael Huckins, Dr.Kenneth Ogilvie ( Diana Huckins? Dominic Huckins? Malcolm Huckins? ) or Patricia Ogilvie-Huckins. If you would be caring enough, and humane enough to do so, please make your brother, son, cousin return the entire building fund he stole from us so that I can buy a home. I simply can't go on homeless. It is already going into September 2011 and my nerves are in shambles after over 3 years of hell, that should never have been allowed. I am devastated at the loss of my mother, my career, my home and all I want is what we have paid honest money for - and I beg for your mercy.

Today Robert Huckins has his own home...
He also has OUR home.....
He also has a lot of people's money...
And his freedom.

No women should be abused to this degree. I am homeless and I want to see my mum and return to my career, so I won't stop asking if I have to ask every single day until I die. Robert Huckins gave no-one an alternative, so I plead with sincerity for your mercy and intervention.

It is very difficult for people to believe the simple fact that every persecutor was once a victim. Yet it should be very obvious that someone who was allowed to feel free and strong from childhood does not have the need to humiliate another person.~ Alice Miller