Sorry to hear about your missing pony. She's stunning, BTW...and I agree with others she's probably been sold and maybe the money was pocketed?
I'll keep my eyes open online when I "sale horse" search. The name might be different...the bloodlines not mentioned but her markings are distinctive enough. If I see anything fishy I'll PM it to you.
You jump in the saddle,
Hold onto the bridle!
Jump in the line!
Here is the web address of David, www.springmillfarm.com.
and the address and phone number
Spring Mill Farm
450 North Reid Hooker
Eads, TN 38028
(901) 854-5202 email@example.com
I know my daughter has met people from his barn who ride with him. Good luck.
Dave wasn't in, but I spoke to Caroline (at his farm). She was not familiar with Diva. I left a message with the info on the pony and my name/number.
I have been in contact with the trainer and hopefully Diva is going to come home...I still don't know where she is, or who has her, but have been told that she is in good condition. Hopefully, she'll be home soon.
Thanks again for everyone's help and if you're in the Carolinas, keep an eye out.
Winding Oaks Welsh & Sport Ponies in Morriston, FL www.wowelsh.com
Home of BF Oliver Twist & Misty Mountain Brynmor
I hope you are also seeing a lawyer at this point.
SOMEBODY is profitting from use of this nice Pony at your expense and you are entitled to compensation.
I am NOT kidding here. You have no idea what the lease fees run on nice ones. Somebody received a lease fee or a commission or the entire sale price while somebody else is using and enjoying YOUR Pony and you are receiving NOTHING...not even credit for breeding it.
You have some compensation coming and the return of YOUR pony that YOU bred and got NOTHING for...and still OWN.
Get tough girlfriend. As any other business owner would do.
Sock it to 'em.
BTW, they could claim abandonment and non payment so excercised a mechanics lien and siezed it. That is what they will claim if they sold or leased it. Get your paperwork and receipts in order to refute that.
When opportunity knocks it's wearing overalls and looks like work.