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NR005067 – SEARCHING FOR HORSE Venus Encore, $2000.00 REWARD – CA
NetPosse™ – Searching For Horse Alert – Last Possible Location – North Dakota, Venus is a 10-year-old Black Shire Mare that was in the process of being adopted by Anthony. The manager sent her to a carriage company without processing the adoption paperwork.
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In April of 2013, I was working at a resort that used draft horses for carriages. There was one particular horse that I had become particularly attached to and her to I. This horse is my baby and I feel a member of my family. She was set to retire from work and I was the adopter with priority on her adoption and had been approved with a take home date of July 1, 2013. I had my adoption papers filed and in order and the adoption fee was set. Before the adoption could finish running its course the manager of the department adopted the horse to a carriage company. I later learned later from a VP that the manager does not have the authority to deny adoption to an employee. The manager also destroyed the adoption papers which were signed and dated. The manager then moved the horse from Temecula California to Norco California in an unidentified boarding facility for a short amount of time. The only information I have been able to discover after that is that she was moved late Dec. 2014 or early Jan. 2015 to an upper Midwest state. The possible location is North Dakota.
Details: Irregular blaze from upper-forehead down between eyes to between nostrils; lower lip white.
Leg Markings: Left Front Leg – Sock • Left Rear Leg – Sock • Right Front Leg – None • Right Rear Leg – Sock •
Other Details: Right Front Leg Black, Left Front+Right Rear+ Left rear White Socks
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