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  • Finding old horses?

    Who has had luck tracking down old horses? I've seen some groups on FB and thought maybe it'd be worth it. Have you tried it? What's the best way to go about it? I am looking for a 1998 JC Thoroughbred named Tricky Crossing. He was 17.3h and dark bay with slight ermine spots on left hind below fetlock. I've decided to post in some of the FB groups but wondered if anyone here had any other ideas. TIA!

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    It would be much more helpful if you started with the country, state and area where you last saw him, such as the barn he was boarded at or shows he was in, if any. Do you know the name of a trainer he was with? Also, when was it when you last saw him or knew where he was?

    His last racing trainer for his last race at Penn National was Theodora Jacklin, and his owner was Edmund J. Zaldaris.
    http://www.equibase.com/profiles/Res...963&registry=T



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    • #3
      Do you have his #? Friend of mine tracked a horse whose name had been changed that way. She had the horse. Found the original breeder who took him back. Great story!

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        Originally posted by PeteyPie View Post
        It would be much more helpful if you started with the country, state and area where you last saw him, such as the barn he was boarded at or shows he was in, if any. Do you know the name of a trainer he was with? Also, when was it when you last saw him or knew where he was?

        His last racing trainer for his last race at Penn National was Theodora Jacklin, and his owner was Edmund J. Zaldaris.
        http://www.equibase.com/profiles/Res...963&registry=T


        USA, Georgia, Atlanta. 2009 That is where/when I sold him. I sold him to a woman named Stephanie, I cannot find the old contract and cannot remember her last name. I have emailed her a few times a year since selling him, at first I got responses, then they dropped off and then never heard from her again. I had him at my parent's small farm outside Atlanta as I was working out of state and my parents were caring for him when I sold him. He had been an event horse with me but they were western folks and wanted to trail ride him. His lip tattoo: B20499 Registration number: 9820499

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        • #5
          I hope someone has info for you. It's nice when you can keep up with a horse you loved.
          "Random capitAlization really Makes my day." -- AndNirina

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          • #6
            I lived in that area at the time but he doesn't ring a bell. If you have the old emails you can google the email address and probably get a last name.

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            • #7
              Stolen Horse International (NetPosse.com) has a report you can file for this. It is called a Missing Horse report. I believe the cost is $25. All of your information/photos that you submit goes into the report and is available for anyone to see up online in the report section 24/7/365. All they have to do is go up onto the NetPosse site, click on search reports, fill in a few fields, and up they come.If you have a few old photos to go along with the information you gave here, I'd say you would have a good, complete report to post, and the reports stay up until your particular case is resolved. Reports are both US and international. Good luck finding your horse!
              "The difference between genius and stupidity is that genius has its limits." Albert Einstein

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              • #8
                I would be most displeased if I horse I had owned for 10 years came up on a "Missing" report on NetPosse simply because a former owner was curious.

                It is completely understandable to be curious about where a horse might be and I've been curious myself over several that have gone on to new owners, but filing a missing horse report would be crossing a line.

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                • #9
                  I wouldn’t do Netposse for a casual search just to satisfy your curiosity. He’s not really “ missing, you sold him 10 years ago.Try missing horses here on COTH or FB in the area he was last known to be in. Current owners may not participate in any groups though so may need to just let it go.

                  The fact the owner you sold to stopped responding to your e mails probably just means they felt like you were pushing too much and no longer were comfortable staying in touch. Or they sold him. He would be 21 now and may even have left us.

                  Unless horses are shown, live in a training or lesson barn or participate in group activities if they live on private property, it’s really hard to track them and even if you find them, current owners may not care to communicate. It doesn’t mean anything bad has happened to the horse.
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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by AMackechnie View Post
                    I would be most displeased if I horse I had owned for 10 years came up on a "Missing" report on NetPosse simply because a former owner was curious.
                    This!! The horse isn't missing.

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                      No, I definitely would not post a missing horse report. He was sold.

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                        Originally posted by findeight View Post
                        Unless horses are shown, live in a training or lesson barn or participate in group activities if they live on private property, it’s really hard to track them and even if you find them, current owners may not care to communicate. It doesn’t mean anything bad has happened to the horse.
                        I hope and pray that all is well with him. He was a wonderful, lovely horse.

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