Just knowing she was in a safe home would help considerably. The rescue is continuing its efforts to find her. Someone had even called the man and acted like they were interested in buying a horse from him. He is a well known horse trader and loves the auctions. The rescue will never quit trying to find Moon, but is also realistic. Paying a large amount of money to get her back is taking away from the horses in need that are coming into the rescue and are currently rehabbing. It is a huge disappointment and heartache for everyone who knows Moon. Thank you guys for posting your opinions on here as well. Flyers are posted all over the tristate area, other rescues know her information and information has been faxed to as many vets as possible. Auctions are aware as well, but we all know how that can go.