Find My Horses Presents: NetPosse Missing Horse Alert North Carolina
NR005055 - SEARCHING FOR HORSE Maxie Double Fudge aka Lexy, $1000. REWARD - NC
NetPosse.com™ SEARCHING FOR HORSE - Maxie Double Fudge aka "Lexy" - Stem (Granville), NC- 17-year-old Bay Quarter Horse Mare. Lexy was given to a promise of a forever home in North Carolina and then 3 months later she was sold to a home in New York. Please help find Lexy! For full details on Red's Alert, please visit his webpage at http://www.netposse.com/view_report.asp?reportid=5055 Lexy has some very important medical information about her that the new owner is not aware of. Terri wants to find out how Lexy is doing as well as provide this medical information to the new owner.
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Mare was given away as a broodmare with promises for a forever home in North Carolina. She was ridden for 3 months and then in turn sold as a riding horse to some children in NY and did not tell the new owner about some very important medical information. I want to find out how she is doing as well as inform the owner.
UPDATE: IT HAS BEEN LEARNED RECENTLY THAT LEXY WAS GIVEN TO A WOMAN IN HORSEHEADS, NY TO SELL AND HAS BEEN SOLD! LAST KNOWN LOCATION HORSEHEADS, NY! $1000. REWARD OFFERED-SEE DETAILS!
Leg Markings: Left Front Leg - None • Left Rear Leg - None • Right Front Leg - None • Right Rear Leg - None •
Other Details: Solid Bay. No white
UPDATE February 7, 2017: It was recently confirmed to Terri that "Lexy" was given to a woman in 2013 in the Horseheads New York area to sell and Lexy had been sold in that area. LAST KNOWN LOCATION IS NOW HORSEHEADS, NY. REWARD OFFERED-SEE DETAILS!
Owners search for horses after promises broken - Maxie Double Fudge, promise of a forever home broken
Related to Report: NR005055
NJ.com published an article on October 14, 2016, featuring several of our listings. According to the article:
Horses can go missing for many reasons. Horses sold or given away, or even adopted out with a contract may not be protected. Here are some open cases filed with Netposse.org:
Maxie Double Fudge, promise of a forever home broken
According to the incident report:
Maxie Double Fudge, a.k.a. Lexy, a quarter horse mare was given away as a broodmare with promises for a forever home in North Carolina. She was ridden for three months and then in turn sold as a riding horse to some children in New York. The new owner was not told about some very important veterinary information.
The original owner just wants to make sure that the new owners are aware of the mare's issues.
Lexy is bay with a star.
See photos and more information at http://www.netposse.com/view_report.asp?reportid=5055
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