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Searching for Missy, Black Morgan Mare, Thought Given to Good Home
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The following information was submitted on January 15, 2011 @ 2:24 pm:
I bought Angel Eyes (Jelly) on August 4, 2004 (when i was 12 years old, I am now 16); I owned her for 4 years and sadly, at the end, couldn't afford both her vet bills and board. We asked a woman to broker her and was never told where or to who she went to, the only information I have is from a friend that told me she was sold as "Jessie" to somewhere in Northern connecticut, possibly Bolton. She was sold form a farm in Bethany, CT. She is a 15.3 hand dapple bay thoroughbred percheron cross. They birthdate given in the ads she was sold from (that I can find) state her birthdate as 1/1/1998. Basically I would just like to know if she is alive, safe, and with a good person that has been taking care of her and her chronic Lyme disease (for months we had to hang IV bags for her just to get it under control). If you have seen her or know her please contact me, I am heartbroken without knowing where she is because she has influenced my life so much. Thank you. Liz... firstname.lastname@example.org
LOOKING for previous owner... I'm hoping you can help me. I'll tell you a little about ourselves and are story. I'm an 18 year old girl from RI and my mom purchased my 20yr old, 15.3H thoroughbred gelding Bean in June of 2009 (tattoo S00998). We purchased him from what we thought was a reputable race horse trainer and owner located in Cranston, RI however we were wrong! When we first went to the stable we were shown a couple of horses, but ''Johnnie'' (as his fake name) really caught my eye because he was sad looking. At that point I wanted him no matter what $2,500 later he was mine. After we purchased him I relocated him to a rough board facility so I could care for him myself. Everyone at the barn had thought I just rescued him (which we practically did). I had New England Horse Care come out and we discovered he was 150 pounds underweight, had a fake coggins, no inoculations history and we found that he's a choker to boot. I knew he was underweight but it's been a long hard journey to rehabilitate him. What I would like to do is find his previous owner and people who knew and loved him. I know he was an old school master at a show barn in Berlin, MA. I'd love to reconnect with them, and I’m sure he would to, but we would also like to know how he came to his fate.
Our small brown/gray donkey is MISSING from New Ipswich... 300 river road, new ipswich NH 03071 603.878.3795 c 603 328 2949
Missing during snow storm Wed 4pm ish. Very sweet, she will lead with anything around her neck (rope, belt, sweater etc) Please look around your area and call her name ‘Lil’ - she may bray to you. If seen or heard Please contact Lora 603.878.3795 or New Ipswich police 603.878.2272 There are no signs of her after days of looking, it is as if she simply vanished, which leads us to think someone has her so please get the word out. Thank you!
Re: snow and whether she could be in the paddock we truly have explored every avenue, had the experienced equine search and rescue folks helping us and they're staying close. .even dug out from under the snow which fell off the barn... nothing makes sense when you put the whole picture together, the SAR folks, the police, seasoned horse people who know us ....everyone is leaning toward someone opportunistically taking her..As unlikely as that is, it's the only thing that makes sense.
I feel she's still alive and I believe someone has her. We’re filing a stolen animal report as soon as the police chief gets in this afternoon.
We're asking folks in NH to talk to their neighbor’s friends etc to look in empty buildings and abandoned barns... ask people to look in sheds etc. If nothing else and someone does have her they'll see the pressure building rather than diminishing.
>> We have reason to believe she may be in a red barn (muted and in need of paint) - <<
Pls thank everyone for their kindness.
Looking for a horse that was sold(?) from Freedom's Run Farm in Pembroke MA, to Phil Price...left around September/October months. He's a 16.2-16.3hh Clydesdale/Paint cross, hes about 6 years old and a really pretty chestnut color. He was my best friend and I'm really worried about him
Hi, I'm hoping that you can help me. I am looking for an OTTB named "Mr Salty" ( ka Jack), who was sold to someone in MA from someone in CT on 12/20/08. Apparantly, he was sold to someone who was going to try & resell him, and I'm trying to find him before he goes to an auction.
His barn name is Jack, he's bay, one white sock, gelding, about 16.1, and very "built". He also has an enlarged front left knee that was the result of an injury, but he's sound. He's 9 years old. His tattoo starts with a D, but I don't know the #.
Jack wasn't my horse - I jus recently learned there was a chance that he'd been sold to a "questionable buyer", but have no information on who actually bought him. If someone knows of his whereabouts, please let me know - if he's safe, and in a good home, than that is wonderful - but if he's headed to an auction, than I'd like to be able to save him.
I've posted on Coth, the Tim Wooley/ABR site, Equinesite.com, exracers.com, and also emailed Bev at the Mid Atlantic Horse Rescue - but haven't had any luck locating him yet. Could you please keep an eye out for this horse, and let me know if you hear anything about him? Do you know of anyone in MA who is in "the business of picking up cheap/free horses" who may have picked this horse up? I know for a fact he was picked up on 12/20, in Colchester, CT.
I am really afraid that he'll end up in a kill pen because of his large knee. Any help in locating this horse would be much appreciated.
Standardbred, born on 5/18/1998, he is bay-black... sire is Kassa Branca and the dam is Catch the Bouquet. White star on his forehead. He was on the track a few times as a pacer. I still have his dam, was there when he was born, had him until he was sold in '01 by my father when I was being treated for cancer.
Tatoo #: T9470
He was sold again in
Any info is greatly appreciated. I would like him back if at all possible... kklimek@EmblemHealth.com
Imagine him all grown up.
FOUND!! Katie would like to know what happened to Kuda, traded at Crowley's for a pair of Haflingers in the summer of '07. He is a '99 Paint (Tobiano?) pony, tri colored, two white stockings, two white socks... sweet curious and trusting, but in '07 was very spooky. She just wants to know that he is ok...
WOW!!! To be honest I am amazed at the response I got, I thought sending my initial email was a longshot! I just want to thank you all so much!
Thanks and much love,
Is there a list that you guys could somehow put them on for
"suspicious" activities? I don't know, maybe something like that to
possibly warn people away from them if they did in fact do something...
So guys, it would mean so much to me if when you do go to auctions,
please keep an eye out for:
16 hand (give or take a little) bay TB mare with a distinct hole in
one of her ears. Her name is "Hot Toddy". She's somewhat hot to lead
and needs a confidant and comfortable handler. She is rideable, I
think she was used as a broodmare at some point. I'm pretty sure they
sent her away because she did not do well in the lesson program, but
as a lot of TBs are, I think she would love being in a one or two
owner home. She has great movement and I don't think she has any
Then, my favorite boy, Bo / Bojangles, 15.2 (give or take) all black
gelding with white star on his forehead. Kind of head shy. Likes to
nimble for attention. Really sweet- used to be a very good jumper
until a lamness problem stopped his career... he's now out of that
lameness and would benefit from an experienced rider to bring him
back, he would love a job.
Both of these guys ride english. So, please keep an eye out- they
could be at auctions in the New England Area. If you could cross-post
this, that would mean so much... I don't really know any other "horsey
find homes in the end, I'd rather they be put down instead of sent to
slaughter. If you find anything out, you can email me at
If found, I'm willing to help out financially. Although small, I want
to see these guys saved and what Pond Hill said isn't promising or
comforting at all, as I said again- these aren't retireable horses,
and even if they were, I doubt people are out looking to buy them to
let them retire on their land, especially with the economy the way it
is. Thank you guys! Any information would help!