Married couple have ravaged by horses - now they stand even with the bill

"How the hell is it, the grass looks?" thought the farmer Jens Baden Nielsen Sunday, when he and his wife with the shovel and the wheelbarrow was gone in the

Married couple have ravaged by horses - now they stand even with the bill

"How the hell is it, the grass looks?" thought the farmer Jens Baden Nielsen Sunday, when he and his wife with the shovel and the wheelbarrow was gone in the garden to bury one of their cats.

To his great surprise he could see that the lawn was completely split apart.

There was hardly a square meter in the 3000 square meters large garden, which was not totally destroyed. There were holes all over the place. Some places with over 20 inches deep.

Jens Baden Nielsen is sure that there have been at least two ponies in the game. This is assessed from the hovstørrelserne and approximately 10 hestepærer, that have been left on the site.

and the Farmer can, however, say with certainty that it is not any of his own horses. They have no access to the area.

But if it is so?

It has Jens Baden Nielsen tried to clarify in the Facebook group for the residents of Haifa, describes TV2 Lorry.

"I don't really understand that people are hiding. They must have been aware that the horses have been with me," he says to B. T.

Besides the ruined lawn is also a hundehegn with a height of about one meter has been overthrown and tried raised again.

All in all, it will cost between 20.000 to 25.000, to repair the damage, assess the Jens Baden Nielsen, who immediately even need to the pocket, if not the horse owner to face. His insurance company will not cover.

"My insurance covers, if my horses get into and destroy something from the other. The owner of the horses must also have an insurance can cover. This is a must have when you own such large animals."

He has together with his wife lived on the farm in 10 years – and just as many years of hard work it has taken to get the farm – and lawn – renovated.

"I have ordered the lawn with my own hands. It should look nice, because it is the first, you see," says the farmer.

Therefore, it must also be rearranged no matter what. The question is, who pays for the damage.

"It is a accidental accident. It could just as well be my horses, who had made it in someone else's garden. This kind of thing happens," says Jens Baden Nielsen and ends:

"I hope a little, that the people whose horses have been at the game, get a bad conscience. For right now it is me that sits with the monkey."

Updated Date: 25 December 2019, 12:00

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