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U.S.A.: Stolen Horse International
Posted on Wednesday, September 14 @ 12:41:38 CDT by donna

Horse Information http://www.netposse.com

Call: (334) 613-6276 or (334) 669-0933

You wake up one morning, put on you clothes and walk out to the barn to feed your four legged family. Quickly you notice the open door, the open gate and the tire tracks. Your horse is missing. What do you do now?

Even if you have not heard of horse theft before, don't think it doesn't happen. An estimated 40,000 horses in the US are are missing or become victims of theft in one form or another each year. No matter what the breed or discipline of horse you enjoy, theft can happen to you.






Stolen Horse International, Inc. (SHI) brings attention to a major crime against horse lovers, horse theft. The mission of Stolen Horse International, Inc. is to provide a comprehensive theft awareness program to all facets of the horse industry and offer educational opportunities for horse enthusiasts of all types and across all disciplines: SHI’s goals are:

  1. To establish a global resource to aid in the search for:
    • Missing horses
    • Stolen horses
    • Stolen tack
    • Stolen trailers
    • Owners of found horses
  1. To promote increased involvement through equestrian organizations.
  1. To build an international network, NetPosse, to disseminate images and information missing and stolen horses through the Idaho Alerts system.
  1. To provide education opportunities to improve public awareness on horse theft and identification methods through seminars, presentations and exhibits.
  1. To provide resources and information to the law enforcement community.



Stolen Horse International is a Section 501(c)(3) organization under the internal revenue code. Contributions to it are tax-deductible as charitable contributions.


 
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