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post #21 of 131 Old 07-14-2013, 01:23 PM
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Have you had him scanned for a chip and seen who his most recent coggins was registered to?
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post #22 of 131 Old 07-14-2013, 01:30 PM Thread Starter
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He is not chipped, and his "coggins" (if you could call them that) were basically on notebook paper, and he was registered "NA".. oddly enough.. but... a vet did sign it.. so who are we to judge. :/ We got them re-done last week. His first recorded registry since the slaughter house is by us. Past then we don't know if he had another owner, and we don't know his breeder.

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post #23 of 131 Old 07-14-2013, 02:18 PM
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Maybe you could research some farms dealing in Warmbloods in the Tri-state (DE/PA/MD area and see if anyone recognizes him. Send some detailed photos of any markings he has, full body shots, and his brand. Perhaps someone will recognize him. If he was tested and scored before being branded, there has to be a paper trail somewhere.

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post #24 of 131 Old 07-14-2013, 02:18 PM
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It's going a little far but maybe you could contact the AWS and see if they have certain people they send out for inspections in certain areas.

Maybe if one person does all the inspections in Delaware they'll remember him or have some idea of who might have bred him?
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post #25 of 131 Old 07-14-2013, 02:29 PM
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And I hate to say this, but it just comes to my mind that e wound up there out of someone's ill will. I would check to make sure he doesn't match any stolen descriptions.
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post #26 of 131 Old 07-14-2013, 03:05 PM
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I agree about checking for stolen horses. He also might have ended up at slaughter because someone fell on REALLY hard times and couldn't find anywhere else for him.
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post #27 of 131 Old 07-14-2013, 03:18 PM
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Here is Cleave jumping 3'11" a week after getting off the trailer from Delaware. No former "real" training to help him. That is the max we pushed him and you can see, its not really pushing him.. haha I just refuse to think this is all an accident, he must have good breeding somewhere... But where, I have no idea... (we have not jumped him this high since and are working with smaller jumps to get his ride and technique before and after the jumps better as well as his muscle to come in.)
Gotta say, those are the tallest standards ever if that's 3'11" - making those standards about 8' tall..

Anyways.. Horses registered with the American Warmblood Society can be a mish-mash of just about any breed. They truly take the "thoroughbred mixed with a draft" or "draft crosses = warmblood" to heart:
Warmbloods | Sport Horses | Dressage Horses
Perhaps you can contact the AWS, send them a photo of your horse along with a description of him (i.e. Age) and they may be able to track down more information.


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post #28 of 131 Old 07-14-2013, 03:38 PM
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Gotta say, those are the tallest standards ever if that's 3'11" - making those standards about 8' tall..

Anyways.. Horses registered with the American Warmblood Society can be a mish-mash of just about any breed. They truly take the "thoroughbred mixed with a draft" or "draft crosses = warmblood" to heart:
Warmbloods | Sport Horses | Dressage Horses
Perhaps you can contact the AWS, send them a photo of your horse along with a description of him (i.e. Age) and they may be able to track down more information.
I see you noticed that too.
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post #29 of 131 Old 07-14-2013, 04:08 PM
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I was thinking stolen as well.....
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post #30 of 131 Old 07-14-2013, 04:56 PM
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What I would do is contact the association asking about him and send some pictures. And if he matches any horses ask who his last known owner is, and then if you can, contact that person

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