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post #1 of 3 Old 10-07-2012, 09:28 PM Thread Starter
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Need help !!

I know this is going to be hard to find out but I thought i'd ask around to see if I'd get any luck. This is my 8 - 9 year old mare Mouffette (Little Miss Muffet) She is passported but not registered. I have owned her for 7 years now. Five Elms Riding Stable (Chyrel and Guy Gosselin) bought her from Roger McGinnis is Amherst when she was 2 - 3 years old and I bought her from them. When I bought her she was very afraid of humans and she was underweight. We assume she lived on a farm as she was not scared of pigs, chickens, goats, etc. She has lots of energy in her and we think she is a paint/tb but we aren't 100% sure. She has a black face with a star, mostly white main except for about 2 inches on the top, mixed color tail and most of her hind quarters is white while most of her front is black. All her legs are white. She is very high spirited and always has been. I was wondering if anyone has ever seen her before maybe? or recognize her, possibly know someone she could be related to? I know it may be hard but I would love to find out who her parents are. If you would like to talk in private email
here is a video of her
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post #2 of 3 Old 10-09-2012, 08:10 PM
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Beautiful mare ;)
I dont know her personally but i would try contacting previous owners or posting ads on big classified sites to see if anyone knows.
Not exactly sure how it works with Paints/Pintos, but you could also try DNA testing but i dont know how expensive that is.
Or if you feel that there is any possibility that she was registered, send photos to certain registries. Perhaps they could help you out.
Good luck in your search!

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post #3 of 3 Old 10-09-2012, 09:33 PM Thread Starter
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thank you! and yes i have posted some other ads on other websites :)
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