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post #1 of 6 Old 01-17-2009, 12:09 PM Thread Starter
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Finding a horse

Ok, I know this is probably a far fetched idea, but I was wondering if there is any sort of online database for Quarter horses where one might be able to find a horse once owned many years ago? When I was a kid I had a registered QH mare . Her name was Jitt Glory. Anyway we had to sell her when we moved from TX to NC. Its been a long time and I imagine she is no longer around, but I'v always wondered what happend to her.

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post #2 of 6 Old 01-17-2009, 12:25 PM
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If thats her reg. name and your a member of the AQHA you can look her ownership record up.
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I looked her up shes an 83 bay mare born in N.D. and now owned by some one in Tx. since 94. Shes had 4 other owners in Tx., N.N., and Ia in the past
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Oh wow! Thank you. I am not currently a member of the AQHA. I figured I would join when I get my fillies papers. I have always been curious to find Glory. Yes she is a bay mare and I loved her to death. I cried for weeks when we had to sell her. When you look the ownership records up do they give you contact info? I would love to know how she is. Anyway Thank you so much for that. I'm glad she's still alive and I hope that she was well cared for.
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They tell you the owners name, city, and state but no address but its usually easy to track someone down. Shes in Avoca Tx. now but I don't like posting peoples names on the internet. If you send me an e-mail though I'd give you the owners name you can get my e-mail off my web site County Line Farm specializing in cutting and reining lines.
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If you read the FHOTD blog, you'll probably know about Horse Reunions, which is a new site set up to help people looking for horses they once owned and also offers breeders the chance to publicise that they will buy/take back their stock if the owner falls on hard times and things like that.

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