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Offline shpfarmfresh

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Illinios Stolen Medicine Hat Paint
« on: August 29, 2008, 10:03:19 AM »
Please crosspost everywhere....................And......If everyone just emails one person or club and posts one flyer at a show, the vets office, at the feed store, local auction house, brought up at club meeting; we will increase the chances 100% it just takes one flyer in the right place......Thanks. Sue Price


This horse will not be hard to ID as he is a white medicine hat paint..........PLEASE print out a flyer to keep in your trailer for easy reference while at horse events.


This is a childs horse. She is heartbroken. Please forward to all your horse and pet contacts - farriers, vets, tack stores, feed dealers, auction houses. One email or flyer can make the difference.Someone knows something or has seen something they didn't know they were seeing - A crime in process. Thanks! Sue

--- On Wed, 8/27/08, IdahoNC@aol.com <IdahoNC@aol.com> wrote:

From: IdahoNC@aol.com <IdahoNC@aol.com>
Subject: Award Winning Paint Barrel Horse Stolen in Illinois – Listed on NetPosse.com
To: suehamiltonprice@yahoo.com
Date: Wednesday, August 27, 2008, 4:02 PM

STOLEN HORSE INTERNATIONAL, INC. PRESS RELEASE – FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

August 27, 2008

For more information, contact: Debi Metcalfe or Angela Kirby

PO Box 1341, Shelby, NC 28151

704-484-2165, Cell: 704-472-4314

Email: stolenhorse@netposse.com
www.netposse.com

 

Award Winning Paint Barrel Horse Stolen in Illinois – Listed on NetPosse.com
 

Flat Rock, IL – Maximum Reflections, better know as Max, a 12-year-old American Paint Horse Association (APHA) gelding was taken from his pasture in Flat Rock, Illinois, August 23, 2008. His 13-year-old owner Kaitlynn Blilskie needs your help finding her prized barrel horse.
 

Keith Caughren, Kaitlynn’s stepfather reported to the sheriff’s office that a place in the fence had been freshly cut along the roadway of Highway 1150 East. The horse is 15 to 15.2 hands high with a white with a brown medicine cap on its head. Max does have other brown spots but is mostly white and has blue eyes, and a white mane and tail. He was shod all the way around with pads on the front shoes
 

Kaitlynn’s mother, Susan, says, “The horse did not have a halter on it, however, a halter was removed from the other horse that was in the same shed and evidently put on Max.” A royal blue leadrope is also missing.
 

The Caughren have dogs that will bark if anyone pulls in the driveway whether they know them or not, and this is why they suspect someone cut the fence where they did. Despite searching for Max over three hours when he was first noticed missing, Keith did not find the cut fence until later that day. The area was hidden from immediate view.
 

Kaitlynn is asking everyone in the area to be on the lookout for Max, a much-loved member of the family. Since Max’s theft, the Caughren’s have been contacting people in the community, and friends and distant family members have been helping spread the word via the Internet. Many they spoke with directed them to contact Stolen Horse International so Max could be posted on the nonprofit organization’s website: www.NetPosse.com.
 

Once the report was processed, volunteers began distributing Max’s personal webpage and flyer in mass by the thousands through their online contacts and list groups. Word is spreading quickly as any missing horse could be transported across state lines and even across the border in only a few hours.
 

“Our family is just stunned,” says Keith Caughren. “Kaitlynn barreled raced and ran poles on Max in competition and did well. Kaitlynn is just heartbroken. We cannot believe he is gone.”
 

Please go to http://www.netposse.com/stolenmissing/MaxILstolenAug08.htm and print a flyer, which can be posted at public businesses, tack/feed stores and auction houses, to help bring this beautiful paint horse home.
 

Anyone with information please call the Caughren’s at 618-584-3178, Stolen Horse International 704-484-2165 or the Crawford County Sheriff’s Department 618-546-1515, case number 08080689.
 

This press release has been sent to you by Stolen Horse International, Inc. (www.netpossee.com). Contact Debi Metcalfe for additional information at the above phone number. Stolen Horse International is a Not-for-profit organization that is dedicated to re-uniting stolen and missing horses with their owners by utilizing a network of people through out the United States and Internationally. If posting this release, keep contact information intact.

 
 

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Re: Illinios Stolen Medicine Hat Paint
« Reply #1 on: February 23, 2009, 07:15:54 PM »
Hello, i am new, want to ask for your help, this is my daughters paint horse that got stolen, in Aug 08, this horse is family to us, thank you. 
Max is home...with is girl Kaitlynn.

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Re: Illinios Stolen Medicine Hat Paint
« Reply #2 on: February 23, 2009, 08:23:19 PM »
Max is home...with is girl Kaitlynn.