Find My Horses Presents: NetPosse Stolen Horse International Inc
Stolen Horse International, Inc.™, also known as NetPosse, is an extensive network of equine organizations. Volunteers and horse owners join together to educate the horse industry about the problem of missing and stolen horses, disaster situations and much more. Information is provided to horse owners and organizations regarding long-term responsibilities for equine protection.
Stolen Horse International, Inc., was founded by Harold and Debi Metcalfe, back in 1997 when their horse Idaho was taken from them. The alert was the first of its kind on the internet. With the help of Internet alerts, they did bring home their horse Idaho 51 weeks after she was stolen. In March 2003 Stolen Horse International was registered as a 501c3 public charity. With all the growth Stolen Horse International, Inc, now helps with lost, found, missing or stolen horses all across the United States.
What do I do if my horse is lost or stolen?
The NetPosse Stolen Horse International Inc network can round up a modern-day version of a posse moments after a report is filled out on www.netposse.com. An alert and call to action will go out to a network of organizations, individuals, businesses, law enforcement and recovery specialists bent on returning a missing horse.
Find My Horses has been forwarding many NetPosse Missing or Stolen Horse Reports since opening in April of 2016. We believe that by sending these missing or stolen horse reports, we help do our part in helping a horse to be located by someone. We check the status of each horse on a monthly basis and publish any updates on our Facebook Page.
How Can You Help?
NetPosse Stolen Horse International Inc. can use your help in many ways. Help by forwarding alerts, looking for missing horses, donations, fundraising, and by volunteering your time.
For a full list of missing horses that need to be located, please check out the NetPosse website. NetPosse Stolen Horse International Inc. has been in business longer than we have, Find My Horses does not have all of the missing horses listed on this page.