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  1. #41
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    32 mares on her "website". Another wow! Let's all HOPE she has a "bigger " farm than the recently auctioned off 3.3 acres she owned.
    "Her life was okay. Sometimes she wished she were sleeping with the right man instead of with her dog, but she never felt she was sleeping with the wrong dog."



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    netposse? Will they post her information there? maybe that will help get the word out?



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    You have a PM



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    Quote Originally Posted by Alternaation View Post
    No was just told " we bought a new much bigger farm". Maybe she has a business partner or spouse who's name its in?
    Well Hubby is also named on the mortgage that was foreclosed on, so no one is lending to him.

    Maybe Jill has an invisible partner with a few million (you are not buying a farm in CA for anything less), sitting around to bank roll her breeding operation... willing to buy farms for her, but not willing to pay the vet or feed store resulting in Judgments?


    Quote Originally Posted by Simkie View Post
    Maybe she was just bullshitting you? She does seem to be a pathological liar...
    Or maybe this



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    It would be possible for her to apply for a loan for a new farm before she defaulted on the first mortgage. NOT saying this is what she did, just saying it is possible to do that, and I know someone who has.



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    She had been in default multiple times on her ranch before it went through foreclosure, which here in CA is at least a 3 month process.

    Plus new lender would have to turn a blind eye to the outstanding judgments against her (which have been recorded, and would come up in any title search).

    And approve her for two mortgages at once (because other farm was not for sale).

    And she would have to have money stashed in some separate account... one different then the one she has been writing hot checks out of...



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    No idea in all of this but there had to be money at one time or from someone. She was already defaulting on things and still buying mares and stallions , I know she has gotten a few mares on payments a few free bee's and some on trade but for a bit she was buying up pretty high priced mares and a new stallion or two when people were already starting to complain about what they were owed
    "I would not beleive her if her tongue came notorized"



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    Good luck!



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    Quote Originally Posted by rapazzini09 View Post
    What is there left to do? What would you all do if you were in my situation? ANY and ALL advice is greatly appreciated!
    It seems there is one avenue left untouched.

    Please post a description and photos of your yearling on this thread,
    and that will cast a very wide net !

    And offer a reward for info that leads to the safe return of your yearling.



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    How scary is it that I guessed who the "buyer" was almost as soon as I opened the thread? And I don't even breed.

    HOW in the name of all that is holy is this woman not behind bars?

    Is she some kind of sociopath or has she just completely lost touch with reality? Or both?

    OP, I hope you get your girl back soon.



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    While several people on this thread have suggested contacting the local police, the police consider this a civil, not criminal issue. In essence, JB is in breach of contract with you, which is different than if she literally stole your horse off your property. You entered into a sales agreement with her, and she didn't make payments as stipulated in the contract. While this is tragic, it's no different legally than someone who goes to the local car dealership and buys a car signing a contract to finance the car over time. If the buyer doesn't fulfill the contract, the police don't arrest the buyer. The car gets repossessed.

    Since JB has evidently posted your filly for sale on the internet, make sure you print the ads or screen shots of your filly before asking the websites to delete them. They will come in handy as evidence if you go to court. You mentioned that you have contacted an attorney, which is good, because you will probably have to sue her for the return of your filly.

    As for locating the filly, ask a friend to call JB about the ad and express an interest in buying the horse. If JB is planning on selling her, she will have to let prospective buyers look at her.

    Please keep us updated on the return of your filly!



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    I think everyone that has been ripped off by this woman should get together and hire this guy...

    http://www.dogthebountyhunter.com/




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    Quote Originally Posted by Simkie View Post
    Pretend to be a buyer interested in her, or get a friend to do it? Maybe then you'll be able to find out where the horse is? What a terrible situation
    This is probably what I'd do. Have a friend call pretending to be a "buyer", and then show up for the appointment with a truck and trailer and load her up and go.

    But that's just me - I have no legal knowlewdge or experience, and the standard disclaimer applies.
    "In order to really enjoy a dog, one doesn’t merely train him to be semi-human. The point of it is to open oneself to the possibility of becoming part dog."
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    Quote Originally Posted by rapazzini09 View Post
    thanks everyone for all the PM's! i very much appreciate it!
    I was wondering if you were aware of this thread. You might find some useful information in it.

    http://chronofhorse.com/forum/showthread.php?t=341867



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    Quote Originally Posted by DownYonder View Post
    I think everyone that has been ripped off by this woman should get together and hire this guy...

    http://www.dogthebountyhunter.com/

    I love Dog ! And Beth, and Leland, and Duane Lee and Youngblood and Baby Lyssa....

    I watch the reruns every morning



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    Quote Originally Posted by Mardi View Post
    It seems there is one avenue left untouched.

    Please post a description and photos of your yearling on this thread,
    and that will cast a very wide net !

    And offer a reward for info that leads to the safe return of your yearling.
    Good Idea!!



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    Quote Originally Posted by Prime Time Rider View Post
    If the buyer doesn't fulfill the contract, the police don't arrest the buyer. The car gets repossessed.
    Just out of curiosity, what happens if the car cannot be repossessed? Say it was hidden well for a long time. Then what does the bank do, go to court? So you get a claim and delivery action through court, and if someone doesn't follow the claim and delivery do they get arrested? I've never dealt with this situation, but it looks like this is the process. I wonder if this can be done with the horse.



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    Are all of her stallion ads off dreamhorse and warmbloods-for-sale? I know they used to be there. ????? Were they all taken down?



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    Quote Originally Posted by rapazzini09 View Post

    i tried to have someone go and actually see first hand if my filly was there, but Jill locked her front gates and the only way in was the climb through pastures and over fences......jill never locks her property to my knowledge.....i think she is worried!
    For those that don't know, Jill has been a regular poster on this forum for years...so I'm guessing she's likely following this thread...and ALL of the other "I got ripped off by Jill threads". So to all of the people who have suggested sending someone there to look at the filly or contact Jill about purchasing the filly...the jigg was up long before it started.

    I realize people with borderline personality disorders don't think there is anything wrong with them, but seriously, someone in Jill's life needs to get her to a doctor and get her assessed. Honest to God, at least once a month a new thread is started on here about someone else she's recently screwed. It's really getting out of control and you almost wonder if the entire COTH BB is getting punked!

    Watch, next month her blog will be about how horrible pony hunter breeders are. Seems to follow anyone who tries to actually voice an opinion on this subject.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daventry View Post
    So to all of the people who have suggested sending someone there to look at the filly or contact Jill about purchasing the filly...the jigg was up long before it started.
    That may be, but since she's apparently still trying to sell horses, I can't imagine that she'll refuse to show horses to prospective buyers indefinitely.

    Then again, I can't imagine most sane people doing a large number of the things she's done, so who knows?
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