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Thursday, June 23, 2011

Trying to locate our Paint Mare


Help Wanted: Trying to locate our Paint Mare, Millie, born -millenium.

This April, we gave 2 horses away, "free to a good home", on condition my daughter could visit them. Were told they "would love to come and get your horses and give them a good home; ...land connected to the Allegeny National Trails, ...going to be giving trail rides". Everything sounded great.

Soon as they left -no returned calls, nasty emails - "you need to teach your daughter they are just horses".

Found Moe by divine intervention; went to my father's grave near there and happened by the day people were getting ready to take him, unbeknownst to us- have since been able to visit him in a great home with nice people. Millie however,is gone.

Been lied to repeatedly, out riding, 'at the Amish, come in two weeks.. Finally he called us back, drunk and very vulgar last night and told us he hasn't had her since 2 weeks after he took her. Found out today she may be in this area (Potter/McKean) he was delivering other horses and told the fellow he 'just sold a paint he got a few weeks before and had to deliver her too'

Don't want to cause problems, we understand if you bought Millie you did so because you are a horse lover. My daughter's heart is broken and she just wants to be able to visit her. If that isn't to work out, at least to know where she is and that she is in a good home.

19 comments :

Anonymous said...

She's not your horse anymore, get over it.

Anonymous said...

I will keep my eyes open for this horse. That's just sad that someone would break a child's heart like that. And the person that posted the first comment your no better than the person there referring to in the article.

Anonymous said...

Poster 9:18pm,

IF you have a spouse or partner and IF you have children, I am to believe then you have taught them to lie.

Anonymous said...

9:18.......WHY so nasty? No one is asking to take the horse back, just to know she is okay. There is nothing wrong with that.

Anonymous said...

u gave these horses away on good faith that they were to be kept with the people that picked them up and that your child was going to beable to visit them not be sold and not beable to even see them i hope if u do find millie she is with a nice family that is willing to let her see her , dont pay attention to the mean people saying get over it this , prayers with u finding her

Anonymous said...

I hope you find Millie and that she is receiving excellant care. Separation is hard for children and it often helps just to know all is well with your beloved animal.

Anonymous said...

In this economy, many people find it hard to take proper care of their pets and have to try to find them good homes. That doesn't mean they love them any less. These folks just want to visit the horse that their children love. There is NOTHING wrong with that at all and I hope you are able to find out where she is...to the negative posters, hmmm are you perhaps the ones to took the horse and weren't so honest about visits!! Seems likely!!!

Jillian said...

That is terrible! I'm so sorry for you & your daughter! People that are being snide and mean tempered about this are just ridiculous! I hope Millie has found a wonderful Forever Home and that she is being loved by someone. I'll keep an eye out for her for you. It never fails to amaze me how people can be so cruel.
When you are a true animal lover, they are not "just horses". That is just an idiotic comment, and I'm sorry this person feels that way.
I'll be sending positive thoughts and energy your direction. I hope you find Millie.

Anonymous said...

I'd like to know who the scum-bag is that took horses that were given away freely just for the purpose of making money by selling them. What a low-life!

Anonymous said...

I agree with the first poster. The horse is gone. Things come into your life and leave your life. Maybe it's a good life lesson for your daughter. If the horse was that important to you and your daughter, you could have came up with a solution to keep it or board it. Hopefully the horse is okay, and I can understand your concern for the horse's wellbeing, but "so your daughter can still see it" is ridiculous. Move on and get over it.

Anonymous said...

Could those involved in the dissapearance of the horse (heaven forbid that the horse has fallen into harm) be charged with animal cruelity?

Anonymous said...

I think that we may have your pony. I have replied on facebook so you can check there or you can email me at rockinhorsefarm@yahoo.com

Anonymous said...

Contrary to all the nasty remarks for us to get over it and we could have figured it out, we didn’t make this decision lightly, my daughter had them for 5 and 6 years. I won't lower myself into defending why we had to make a hard choice at the time and let them go; we thought we were doing the right thing and these people would keep their PROMISES and they would be with them, cared for and loved, and she could “see them and ride them ANYTIME she wanted. We have sadly learned not to believe people on their word now. Some liars are so good at it, they are actually believable and we fell for it, THIS TIME. After all this and my husband googled him, found out he scammed a bunch of other people with a business, went bankrupt and moved to another town to start the horse commodity business "Looking for free horses, starting trail rides, love animals, land connected to Allegheny National Trails, -if it sounds to good to be true...
He gets them to sell them for profit nothing else, told us when questioned they are just effing horses and our daughter is a retard for being so attached to her pets. That is what we have been dealing with and lots more... For you naysayers, I hope your attitudes don't come back on you. One thing we believe is certain, what goes around comes around. THEY WILL GET THIERS.
We don't want to bother anyone, just know Millie is okay so our daughter can sleep at night and stop feeling the way she does.
How easy to say mean things anonymously too...

UPDATE: We have found Millie, got an email right after I wrote this, found out these horse thieves told the person who has her, when they asked what he knew about her, he didn't know anything and he didnt care what they did with her, he got over 60 horses for free and sold them... There is also another ad on Pennswoods exposing him in another similar case!

Anonymous said...

do you every think Thursday, post June 23, 2011 9:18:00 PM EDT might be the one that has Millie because that comment was very rude..are prayer are for you and your family good luck

Tina M. Smith said...

I'm so happy you found Millie! We sold our horses for a small amount 5 years ago, and it was a very hard decision, but honestly, with the cost of hay, feed,etc. we had no choice. A wonderful couple in Coudersport bought them, and they are so well taken care of. It put my heart and mind at ease knowing they had a good home. I couldn't have forgiven myself if they hadn't. Plus, we can visit them anytime we want. I am glad you are exposing these vultures for what they are, and now hopefully with your posting, more people will be aware. :-)

Anonymous said...

I am so glad that you found your horse-I'm completely shocked at some of the comments posted. It's disturbing to think that there are people out there who are so uncaring and evil. I hope that you and your family have found peace and are happy now. You should be proud that you have raised a daughter that is so caring.

Jay said...

I am glad this story had a good outcome I am also upset at how rude some of those who commented are It seems like miserable people like that do all they can to make others as miserable as they are They must feel even worse now that you have found Millie I wish you and your family well

Lee Anne said...

I too am glad you found Millie. I gave my horse away when I joined the Air Force at 23 and still wanted to see him when I was home visiting. I was being stationed in Germany and could not take him along and wanted him to have a new "girl" to love him. My story ended up happy. A young teen girl had him and he was her horse for the rest of his life.

Anonymous said...

That horse thief needs to be investigated and arrested for fraud!