He wants to buy him back. He was the reason she sold him (he was tired of seeing her get hurt) but she still misses him.
So they have an anniversary coming up and he wants to surprise her.
So, in a nod to Karma, I've pulled my letter to Leslie. I'm going to revise the post a bit and repost.
Or maybe not.
Knowing more of the story makes me pause.
He says Canyon/Prince needs to do endurance, that he turns into a real jerk when he's just trail riding. He's got the blood to just go and go and go.
Which is not what we do.
I told him what we've done, what we've accomplished. What remains. And he will let me know in 24 hours if he can get the money together.
Last night, after a ride where I was just miserable, a broken hearted woman forced to see her old boyfriend at a party and it is just weird, lame, awkward, I prayed.
"Please help me get through this. I can't keep this up." Because I swore I'd keep him ridden. Because I don't want him to go backwards.
If this works, my faith in karma will be strengthened.
And that, in the end, is a good thing.