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*RESOLVED* "stolen filly.....i need help!"

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  • Originally posted by 216 Jumper View Post
    On the west coast people don't really care about hunter breeding, so there are generally only 3 breeders/trainers that show at these shows and entries are always fewer than a handful. Some shows all the entries are by the same breeder, so easy to get up there in the rankings, especially when you have lots of foals. It's hunter breeding, just a beauty contest. It's the under saddle scores that really count. How many go on to be go proven show horses?
    Actually the classes at San Diego (Del Mar Horsepark) summer shows are good sized. One breeder/trainer I know has had several horses move on to become "proven" show horses through the years. That's why she breeds them.

    Stallions such as Just the Best, Popeye K, Paparazzo, Prestige, Alla C'zar, Bugatti, etc. are always well represented.

    ps. The overall 2011 Sallie B. Wheeler/USEF National Hunter Breeding Champion "Ooh Ah" (by Nob Hill) won the West Coast division in San Diego before being named overall champion. And the Reserve Champion, Rendevous (Ragtime), also came out of the San Diego show.

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    • If you have trouble with GFF getting the foal registered, Hanoverian and GOV, and maybe other registries, should have the stallion's DNA on file. It was lucky for me that they did.

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      • Originally posted by rapazzini09
        a GFF stallion did sire the foal and the yearling.
        yearling is by Redwine
        foal is by Romantic Star

        I'm still working on getting this figured out. nothing new to report yet!
        Have you made a FB page for your stolen yearling yet? With lots of photos? When you do post the link here so all of us that want to help you can share your stolen horse's FB with our FB friends. This will help spead the word.

        Apparently lots of horses have their own FB pages. I have no idea how they type in all that information with their hooves but many horses do.

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        • Originally posted by dianehalpin View Post
          If you have trouble with GFF getting the foal registered, Hanoverian and GOV, and maybe other registries, should have the stallion's DNA on file. It was lucky for me that they did.
          I had a Romantic Star colt...got the breeding certificate at the last possible minute and registered him with ISR/OLD NA...no problem.

          NOTE: Jill has used my Copyright protected pics of Grande Divina on her site WITHOUT my permission for several years...
          I have requested she pay me or remove them....yah right!!
          Tradition of "Grande" Sporthorse Champions
          GRANDE SOVEREIGN 2014 USEF 8th Leading HB Sire
          & Sire of OWN IT - USEF National HB 3yo Champion

          Grand Affiar, Grande Desire, GR Impression, Couture du Jour

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          • What strikes me is that every time someone starts a thread with their tales of woe with this person at least one other person adds their tale to the thread. HOW MANY ARE OUT THERE? Dozens? Hundreds? Or are we just hearing the vocal few? I can't tell you how blessed I feel not to have my own tale of woe to add. I hope we are getting to the bottom of this mess.
            McDowell Racing Stables

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            • Not sure if someone posted this yet, but the filly is now advertised on bigeq.com

              http://www.bigeq.com/p-Raven_Ridge-O...nter-10137.php

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              • Is there anyone here that is a regular on the Hunter/jumper forum who will post about this matter over there?

                Perhaps just referring them to this thread? Seems like the more people in the H/J world that know about this,the better..

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                • Originally posted by LetsRide View Post
                  Apparently lots of horses have their own FB pages. I have no idea how they type in all that information with their hooves but many horses do.
                  hmmm funny, I just told my friend that her horse was NOT going to learn to use the internet anytime soon, so she better start posting some sale ads for him

                  OP - I think what people want to know is did Jill breed your mare or did you breed her to one of GFF stallions and sell her to JB in foal? Atleast that is what I am wondering.
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                  • Originally posted by skydy View Post
                    Is there anyone here that is a regular on the Hunter/jumper forum who will post about this matter over there?

                    Perhaps just referring them to this thread? Seems like the more people in the H/J world that know about this,the better..
                    Just do it

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                    • Originally posted by rapazzini09
                      a GFF stallion did sire the foal and the yearling.
                      yearling is by Redwine
                      foal is by Romantic Star

                      I'm still working on getting this figured out. nothing new to report yet!
                      I sent you a PM, but perhaps if you haven't done so, it would make sense to go to the courthouse tomorrow and request a temporary restraining order to prevent her from selling/moving the horse before your case finds its way to a judge. It's a fairly simple and quick process, and you don't need a lawyer to do it.

                      Also, someone should definitely post this over on h/j.

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                      • Originally posted by Mardi View Post
                        Just do it
                        Ok. I am "computer challenged" and don't know how to include the link to this thread ,however I'll mention the name of the thread and hope for the best..

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                        • Originally posted by LetsRide View Post
                          Apparently lots of horses have their own FB pages. I have no idea how they type in all that information with their hooves but many horses do.
                          Keep this in mind next time you hear a claim about how many hundreds of millions of Facebook users there are.
                          If you are allergic to a thing, it is best not to put that thing in your mouth, particularly if the thing is cats. - Lemony Snicket

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                          • I began a thread on the H/J forum ;" H/J folks fellow COTHer needs your help" and referred them to this thread.

                            Would someone with a computer brain please post some pictures of this filly on that thread so the H/J folks can see her?

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                            • Finally got bored enough to Google JB, and came up with STATE offices listing active warrents, currently active as of TODAY, as in she is still going to be arrested. Funny Lawyer Parker cant do the same?

                              BURNELL JILL 8/24/2006 BAD CHECKS, TWO OR MORE W/IN 90 DAYS, >=$200 PETALUMA CA

                              As per:
                              http://www.washcova.com/government/c...ctive-warrants

                              And lets not forget her wonderful $5500 bail warrant

                              http://www.ratemyhorsepro.com/userfi...MyHorsePRO.pdf

                              Nevermind the countless threads etc. Would be one thing if she at least defended herself, or heck, didnt let mares just sent there to BREED leave when needed. Sad that such great horses who can truly improve the breeds, are stuck in such a place thier mark will never be made.

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                              • I have a call in to a District Judge, a relative, to learn why CA seems so apathetic about moving on the hot checks, arrest warrants, etc. Also calling the same top equine atty. in CA who advised me on my problem with the registration of my Redwine filly. The hot checks that I am aware of have been to IHF, to GOV, to AHS, and to this OP. I covered two of those myself so have some stake in this problem.

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                                • Meanwhile back at the National Governing Body....
                                  http://www.usef.org/_IFrames/pointsAwards/points/leadingBreedersM.aspx?year=2012§ion=1900&viewCat=H unterBreeding


                                  Ranked #1

                                  GRAY FOX FARM, LLC - PETALUMA, CA388
                                  Tradition of "Grande" Sporthorse Champions
                                  GRANDE SOVEREIGN 2014 USEF 8th Leading HB Sire
                                  & Sire of OWN IT - USEF National HB 3yo Champion

                                  Grand Affiar, Grande Desire, GR Impression, Couture du Jour

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                                  • I am surprised I didn't have any problem registering my horse and nominating him to the IHF... I paid a lot.. but I also noticed they don't have his year up for nominated foals yet. IHF just takes forever.

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                                    • Curious reading USEF info of a top ranking filly:

                                      RAPTURE
                                      Sire: REDWINE

                                      Dam: UNKNOWN

                                      Breed: WARMBLOOD

                                      Breeder: GRAY FOX FARM, LLC



                                      Rapture is a yearling filly. DAM UNKNOWN...although GFF is the breeder...
                                      Tradition of "Grande" Sporthorse Champions
                                      GRANDE SOVEREIGN 2014 USEF 8th Leading HB Sire
                                      & Sire of OWN IT - USEF National HB 3yo Champion

                                      Grand Affiar, Grande Desire, GR Impression, Couture du Jour

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                                      • So is the USEF aware of any of this? Why would she continue to be #1 with all this fraudulent activity? Is the hunter breeding world this shallow? No offense to the reputable breeders out there.

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                                        • Originally posted by Lulu View Post
                                          Not sure if someone posted this yet, but the filly is now advertised on bigeq.com

                                          http://www.bigeq.com/p-Raven_Ridge-O...nter-10137.php
                                          Lulu,
                                          Could you post this link over on the H/J thread (H/J folks fellow COTHer needs your help) so they can see the filly without wading through this very long thread?

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