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#1 Lridgeway2

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Posted 08 October 2018 - 07:07 PM

https://www.gofundme...ZRC6_Swrxo2oiUw

 

That first photo in the article makes me want to cry...

 

Need to figure out what's happening with the other 42...

 

Spread the word if you can.


https://sheriff.desc...s/horse-rescue/

 

Link to Sheriff department page.


https://www.ktvz.com...-case/794481796

 

News story.

 

Still trying to find the rest of them.



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Posted 08 October 2018 - 07:49 PM

Love this Horse Equine Rescue in Acton is taking 12 of the horses.

 

They could really use some funds to help. So far she has only gotten about $100 per horse and its going to take a lot more then 

that to help them.

 

12 law enforcement seizure horses are arriving THIS WEEK!!! We need your help NOW please! PayPal.me/lovethishorse or via our Go Fund me page www.gofundme.com/lovethishorse

On March 25, 2018 the Deschutes County Oregon Sheriff's Department seized over 80 severely neglected horses from Linda Stream, and her daughter, Christina J. Hart in Bend, Oregon. Both women were indicted on 83 counts of second-degree animal neglect to which both women have plead guilty. These 83 horses were the last of Green Gate Arabians and had belonged to Jay W. Stream who was famous in the Arabian horse world and who passed away in January 2006.

Last week, the Deschutes County Oregon Sheriff's Department contacted our horse rescue and asked up to take 12 of the 54 surviving Arabian horses which are the last of the Green Gate Arabians.

After much consideration, we have decided to accept 12 of the seized horses but we MUST secure funding in order to support the horses over the next six months in order to rehabilitate, feed, retrain/train and to adopt the horses into permanent homes. The horses had not been handled for approximately five years prior to the law enforcement seizure. This is why we anticipate that it will take us at least six months to rehabilitate and turn these horses into reliable riding partners.

1. Lope to Win "Zippy" - halter broke half-Arabian gelding - DOB 2009
2. Big Kahuna - halter broke half-Arabian gelding - DOB 2009
3. Apollo - halter broke small bodied Arabian gelding - DOB 2009
4. Durango - halter broke, had saddle on him 10 years ago Arabian gelding - DOB 2006
5. Cowboy Magic - halter broke half-Arabian gelding - DOB 2003
6. Dallas - halter broke, hard to catch, very shy Arabian, broke to ride years ago gelding - DOB 2000

7. Hugs N Kisses - halter broke half-Arabian mare - DOB 2008
8. Liberty Bell - halter broke half-Arabian mare - DOB 2006
9. Daisy Duke - half-Arabian, broke to ride years ago mare - DOB 2005
10. "Lilly" Lucky in Love - halter broke Arabian mare - DOB 2005
11. Rhinestone Cowgirl - half-Arabian mare, broke to ride years ago - DOB 2004
12. Bella - halter broke QH mare - DOB 2005

We are receiving a transportation grant to bring the 12 horses from Deschutes's Sheriff's custody in Bend, Oregon to our rescue in Southern California.

We are dependent on your contributions to ensure these 12 horses have a future.

 

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Posted 11 October 2018 - 11:46 AM

30 days jail time? 16 euthanized? Over 40 with permanent problems? Seriously? That’s less than 2 days per deceased horse! I’m sorry for being insensitive here but if someone did that to my herd I’d be livid and not very forgiving. They’re lucky I’m not the judge.

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Posted Yesterday, 05:56 AM

I have a question....on data source these horses show as null?  Here's an example if anyone wants to look.  So does that mean the papers are yanked since they're rescues?  Seems an odd way to go about it.  If you look they have 75 horses all listed as null

 

GG DRAGONFLYnull - AHR*604745

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Posted Yesterday, 06:43 AM

As I knew nothing of this farm, I googled it. Seems the late Jay Stream was a prominent, respected Arabian breeder. The women listed are his daughter and granddaughter. How many years has he been gone? Seems to be another example of the perils of dying and leaving behind a legacy. Who to tend it, how to carry on? Where were folks who might have helped? I don't know the answers.



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Posted Yesterday, 12:51 PM

Lori, my guess is that the null refers to some formatting being done to accommodate the judge's decision in the PAT decision.  My horses also have null after their name, except for the ones who have + or / at the end.


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Posted Yesterday, 06:27 PM

Lori, my guess is that the null refers to some formatting being done to accommodate the judge's decision in the PAT decision.  My horses also have null after their name, except for the ones who have + or / at the end.

 

What is the PAT decision?  I know that's the purebred arabian trust (?)...right?  What judges decision?  Trying to play Catch up here.