Solving a mystery, where are all these foals coming from???

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  1. CoffeeBean

    CoffeeBean Senior Member

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    I don't suppose anyone knows if the "these are all the foals of nurse mares!" and "no Thoroughbred or Standardbred mares take care of their own foals!" people were there too, do you?
     
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    meljean Senior Member

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    The foals in Nevada MO auction had Coggins signed by Dr. Florian Sanchez of Belen, NM. There is a large KB and kill pen there is what people from there say.

    But these are not nursemare foals. That is nothing but a scam.
     
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    meljean Senior Member

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    From what I am told, there are individuals on the Navajo reservations who go out and pick up a few of the feral horses every other day, for easy money, like we pick up pop cans basically. When enough are there, KBs are called and they come get every horse over 6 months to send to Mexico.

    The NN had a santioned buy back on August 3rd and 4th 2018, articles about it, reported that through the last Friday in July? There had been over 2000 horses rounded up through entrapment or roundups. And all sold to slaughter.

    There are a lot of horses roaming free on the reservations it seems.
     
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    meljean Senior Member

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    CoffeeBean Senior Member

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    And then, there is Deanna Tierney who reported to the state of Nevada that she collected $100,000 in revenue and had $100,000 in expenses, but still hasn't managed to file her 2017 990. I guess she figures no one will write to her, or the IRS, and ask for a copy.

    I wouldn't be surprised in the least if she was part of this mess.

    IRS:
    Tax Period:
    2016 (01/01/2016 - 12/31/2016)

    EIN:
    47-5164643

    Legal Name (Doing Business as):
    Scarlets Legacy Equine Rescue

    Mailing Address:
    Hc 60 box 197
    Wells, NV 89835
    United States

    Principal Officer's Name and Address:
    Tina glisson

    Po box 334
    Jackpot, NV 89825
    United States

    Gross receipts not greater than:
    $50,000
    Organization has terminated:
    No


    She's roped her mother into being on the BOD and her (step?) daughter. Take the whole family down with you when it collapses, I guess.

    SilverFlume Nevada's Business Portal to start/manage your business

    Total Revenue: $100,000.00 Total Assets: $.00
    Total Expenses: $100,000.00 Total Liabilities: $.00
    Director - MARILYN KELLEY
    President - DEANNA TIEREN
    Treasurer - DEANNA TIEREN
    Secretary - MARIAH TIERNEY
     
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  6. meljean

    meljean Senior Member

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    This just gets more interesting.

    Seeing posts now by member of the Navajo Nation that there are trailers being taken from the rez, with covered sides, and no tags, and driver running 90 miles an hour to prevent being filmed. I've seen the video. Also this same person is getting treated badly now at vet clinic and elsewhere because they are bringing light to what is going on with these roundups and entrapments of the horses.

    Same person has been told there is one tribal member who is gathering up many horses and sending to slaughter, wonder if this one is also where these foals have come from?
     
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    I would not be surprised. Cut the foals from the mares, send the mares to slaughter and give the foals to whoever will take them.
     
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    Navajo Nation launches program to manage horse population

    Navajo Nation launches program to manage horse population
    Aug. 07, 2018
    FARMINGTON, N.M. (AP) — The Navajo Nation is offering $50 for each surrendered horse to encourage the removal of unbranded, free-roaming horses from tribal land.

    The tribe’s Department of Agriculture rolled out a voluntary horse sale and equine reward program last week to mitigate the overpopulation of animals on the range, The Daily Times reported .

    The department will issue a promissory note for each horse surrendered at the auction yard in the small community of Naschitti. Payment will be issued within 30 days, according to the department.

    The department started bringing attention to feral horse overpopulation in 2013 through horse roundups and entrapments, said Roxie June, the department’s principal planner. The Navajo Nation has removed more than 2,000 horses this year.

     
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    Heard from friend that there were 200 more that were in Hutchinson in the last month or so too. These were said to be from one of the Dakotas?
     
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