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  1. #1
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    Default Lost horse in Vermont...FOUND HIM!

    West Winsdor/Brownsville area. Small Morgan, liver chestnut. Jumped out of a paddock Saturday morning. He was just up trail riding for the weekend, does not know the area.
    Pm if you are in the area and think you can help. I will put you in touch with his owner. "Domino" needs our jingles!
    Last edited by Bogey2; Sep. 16, 2012 at 02:51 PM.
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    Jingles for Domino!



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    Posted on Facebook! Hope you find him soon!



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    thanks! we are still looking.
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    Jingles! Can you post a picture? I'm in Northern VT, but I know people all over. I'll keep a look out.
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    I prefer them outside playing as opposed to standing in the barn aisle playing "I can crap more than you"
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    Jingles. Have you reported it to netposse to help get the word out?



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    Maybe contact Tamarack Hill Farm - they are in that general area http://www.tamarackhill.com/. Somebody might have seen a loose horse. If you haven't already, contact the local state police barracks along with the local Sheriffs office. Whenever a horse is out of the pasture and in the road, law enforcement seems to get the "heads up".



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    They just found him!!! Some loggers up in the mountain area came across him and held on to him...his owner is riding him bareback out of the woods now. Thanks all for your support!
    "When you think you don't need a coach ...then you're in trouble" Don Imus 2012



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    Quote Originally Posted by Bogey2 View Post
    They just found him!!! Some loggers up in the mountain area came across him and held on to him...his owner is riding him bareback out of the woods now. Thanks all for your support!
    A-h-h-h, it makes sense now. He just wanted to return to his (original Morgan) roots and go to work!
    "Oh, sure, you may be able to take down one smurf, but mark my words: You bonk one smurf, you better be ready for a blue wave."---Bucky Katt



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    LOL, he is a bit of a pistol so if they tied a log to him he could have pulled it!
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    Glad they found him and he is on is way home.



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    Quote Originally Posted by RHdobes563 View Post
    A-h-h-h, it makes sense now. He just wanted to return to his (original Morgan) roots and go to work!


    And so nice to read some good news!
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    Glad you found him. That had to be very stressful.



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    & where better for a Morgan to find his roots?

    SO glad he was found. What a nightmare.



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    So glad you found him!

    I was competing at GMHA this weekend and they announced this morning that this horse had gotten loose. Too funny that the horse was related to a COTHer



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    Yay! Happy news!
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    YAY some good news!! Glad he was found!!



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