150 Arabians Seized in MD

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  1. littlecelticpony

    littlecelticpony Senior Member

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    Yes, I know this. Which is why I said what I did....which is why, when I am on the street, returning a dog to an owner, I request they send their donation directly to us, instead of who they see on TV commercials.

    Educating the public is a long, quiet road.
     
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  2. Berlunz

    Berlunz Senior Member

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    Rep comments have been removed, rep is not to be discussed on the open forum.
     
  3. texasnative46

    texasnative46 Senior Member

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    littlecelticpony,

    you are CORRECT.

    yours, tn
     
  4. horseman94

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    is any goin to free good homes because i been looking for another horse to start training am located in colt arkansas basically 5 minutes away from forrest city
     
  5. SueA

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    upload_2018-11-9_23-40-10.jpeg upload_2018-11-9_23-40-46.jpeg upload_2018-11-9_23-43-48.jpeg upload_2018-11-9_23-45-20.jpeg upload_2018-11-9_23-51-25.jpeg upload_2018-11-9_23-51-52.jpeg I hate to bring up old news but I have rescued two of these colts (geldings now) in South Carolina...from what I have gathered from the rescues that they went to was that one was about 18 months and the other one was 6 months (gelded at 6 months???). Neither were handled much and the 6 month old actually had to be sedated to get a halter on him (Really?). So, these "rescues" that they went to ran them around, into fences etc. as the paperwork describes injuries or wounds on them. What I was really trying to find out is how do I get their papers or go about getting them. I have hit roadblocks or just no return email or response from the HSUS or Queen Anne's county sheriff (I was told to start there). Apparently the papers or pending registry did not follow the horses. Pictures below #1 adoption 1/2014 #2 8/2014 (gelded at 6 months) #3 Adoption 9/2014 and #4 12/14 (gelded 18 months). Pictures #5-6 now

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  6. manesntails

    manesntails Senior Member

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    Gelding at six month is not an issue. If he has testicles dropped, they can be removed.

    They're rescues, right? You don't need papers, do you? Unless you know whose name the papers were in and the horses registered names, you may as well not worry yourself over having papers.

    Unhandled horses get cut up. They overreact when suddenly handled to be moved, not a big deal, cuts snd scrapes.
     
  7. CoffeeBean

    CoffeeBean Senior Member

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    No, you aren't likely to be able to get papers on them. Marsha Parkinson might be able to provide you with the information on their sire and dam, but unless there is an amnesty with the registry I doubt you'll be able to prove their breeding.
     
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    Kristal H Senior Member

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    Call AHA, if they can help, they will.
     
  9. Bakkir

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    You can do DNA testing with AHA to find out if they are registered already. But that doesn't guarantee getting the papers.

    From what I was told. If my girl (also a rescue from a large seizure) was registered I could find out age and pedigree, but would need the owners on file to sign a transfer to get the papers.
     

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