- Nov 30, 2002
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But what if they just don't know? What if I think I know something that should be said but don't know if I have the right to say it. For instance, someone who lets their yrling in with a stallion after being warned, she knows the stud bred the filly and now is trying to sell it. Or I see a picture on the forum of a new baby and a tall water tank in there, it gives me the heeby jeebies, what if that baby fell in and got wedged. I use all low tanks for pens that have babies in it but that doesn't make it right, am I just being extra cautious foolishly? What if the baby would fall in and die and I hadn't mentioned it to the people posting the picture. What if the yrling is bred and sold to a unaware newcomer? A few wks ago, when a girl near me lost her mare do to a caught halter, I chose to keep quiet and now a little one died, maybe if I had posted on here and mentioned it, the owner of the colt would have seen it and took the halter off but I kept quiet. Do I keep my nose out of other peoples business and don't worry about it? I don't think I have the right to try to push my ideas off on other people and maybe I'm just to careful. When do you know when to say something and when do you keep quiet?