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Complaint Review: John Braska
John BraskaHammond Rd Gobles, Michigan USA
John Braska Someone is going to die Gobles Michigan
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My sister bought a "child safe" horse from John Braska and friend. She has ridden her whole life and is 54 and wanted a nice easy gentle mount to trail ride as her horse had gotten old. I went with her and was suspicious of the lump on the horses neck right where you would inject medications. Well they assured us thier vet did that and that he gave the horse his vaccines in the wrong spot and left a knot. Horse was 4 or 5 and unusually calm.My sister rode him quite a while in the paddock. We stayed quite a while. Oh and another clue was that he was all saddled and standing cross tied in the barn when we got there. I was against the purchase but my brother in law was sure he would be a nice safe horse for my sister. Horse walked into the trailer calmly. The first several miles he was fine but before we even got him home he started to flip out in the trailer. Over the next week he reared and bucked when ridden like he was not even the same horse and VERY green broke. [continued below]....
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