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post #21 of 39 Old 08-26-2013, 07:38 AM
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Id call animal controll and see if they found a horse--my friend fell off and lost a horse near a highway and they said if the horse got too close to put people in danger near a busy road theyd have put the horse down.

Id call to check if they seen them- not sure if theyd have to say something or try to find an owner but they probably wouldnt mention it publicly -they never really do.
I just thought with a missing person involved they wouldve mentioned something on the news about it. I just read the fantasy post thing to and can't believe people actually do that.just keep uss updated this is so unusual.hope both horse and rider are okay though.
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post #22 of 39 Old 08-26-2013, 09:37 AM
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One of my posts was removed...I was not insinuating that you (OP) were fantasty posting. But more along the lines that you were being put on by the owners.

None of it makes sense, and since you had a falling out with the owners, maybe they thought of some scheme to "teach you a lesson" per say.

Its all mighty fishy. But so far, no contact has been made with the missing kid? Correct? No local news has picked up the story? No national news has picked up the story? Have the police even been notified?

I'm just saying, you can't LOSE a horse on an airline. There are records. Very. Detailed. Records.
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OP, I definitely don't think you meant any harm by posting- you are trying to help.

But for some reason, I have a feeling, like others said, this person wanted to go somewhere else...not the original destination. It's possible they wanted to run away.
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Honestly, ClaPorte, I can't see it being something to teach me a lesson seeing as it was posted publicly at the fairgrounds, nor was this the horse she screwed me over on. Honestly, I doubt she'd think I'd help find anything of hers that went missing because of our falling out.
Not to mention..I'm not sure I believe anyone I know personally or have met once or twice would go down low enough to fake a child gone missing.

I have to say I doubt that the police have been notified seeing as there isn't anything on the news about it.
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I wonder:
How much it costs to send a horse to Alaska (or anywhere) on an airplane?
What is the value of the horse?
How much funding is available?
Was a ticket ever bought?

From the prices mentioned on an earlier post, I'm thinking it would probably have been too much to afford to send a horse and rider to Alaska for a short visit.
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post #26 of 39 Old 08-26-2013, 11:31 AM
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If there is a missing underage child I don't see how the police wouldnt
Be involved. That doesnt sit well with me if the police havnt been notified yet.
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One of my posts was removed...I was not insinuating that you (OP) were fantasty posting. But more along the lines that you were being put on by the owners.
Yah, they pulled a post of mine but my point was the same as CLaPorte's-it was not the OP I was doubting, rather the original story.

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Yah, they pulled a post of mine but my point was the same as CLaPorte's-it was not the OP I was doubting, rather the original story.
Correct.

OP, can you upload the flyer that you had seen at the fairgrounds? Maybe that would help with the confusion?
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I ended up not being able to get a picture of it because my phone was dead within an hour of me getting there. :/

It was along the lines of:
Reward
Searching for Tucker and Ace
Flight to Alaska, believed to have gotten on the wrong flight
Haven't been able to get into touch with anyone; family or child.
Any information can be reported to: (list of names).

I just put the general meaning of what was on the flyer, I don't remember the exact words and phrases.
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post #30 of 39 Old 08-26-2013, 02:07 PM
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Hold the phone- theres a rider that's a minor missing with this horse and the local police department aint put an apb out yet?

I don't mean to sound like im questioning you iseul- just questioning this whole deal.

Is there a cash reward?
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