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    09-15-2010, 08:59 AM
Unhappy How do I track down an untraceable horse

The short story -

I sold my 1yr old black Arabian colt (ralph) that I bred . He was everything I had hoped for when he was born. He was to be my stud .

Everything was going great Ralph & his half sister had just been weaned and where off to the show stables. Both in training for the show ring and looking fantastic !

Then my relationship ended & I relised I could not support them all on my income alone( 5 horses at that time )

I sold both my foals cheap for a quick sale , not wanting to part with my mares .
Ralph was sold unreg but with all paper work & had been DNA tested , they promised they would keep in contact with me and register him .
That was 2 yrs ago . I sold his dam last year, who later had to be put down due to an injury to her head in a storm .

I have never heard anything from the people I sold him too & they still have no registered him , I gave them my details but they never gave me theirs ( I was to upset to think about it )

I kick myself everyday
I have advertised to try to find him but no luck.
I call every advert that features an unregistered Black arabian gelding/colt/Stallion but it never ends up being him .

Anyways are there any other sites I use to try and locate him .
I just want to know he is being looked after ..... Maybe buy him back

He was sold from the Sunshine Coast QLD Australia
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    09-15-2010, 09:09 AM
Green Broke
Aww I wish you luck have you tried posting on local forums in Australia??
Maybe put some sign up in local stockfeeds...
    09-15-2010, 09:38 AM
Originally Posted by RedTree    
aww I wish you luck have you tried posting on local forums in Australia??
Maybe put some sign up in local stockfeeds...
Yeah have tried a few .... it just seems so hopeless lol. I just have no Idea where he is now .
Thanks heaps :)
    09-15-2010, 11:33 AM
Green Broke
Maybe you can put a poster up in your local feed stores?
    09-15-2010, 08:14 PM
Originally Posted by ShutUpJoe    
Maybe you can put a poster up in your local feed stores?
Thanks but he's not local :( .
I know they drove about 5 hours to come get him ..... And I can't remember where from .

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