On January 31, Tiffany Gardner, head horse wrangler of Dallas, Texas-based Camp El Har discovered that two of the camp’s 10 horses were missing when they didn’t come in from the pasture to be fed. Gardner believes someone cut through the barbed wire and electric fences and led the horses out of the camp.
Camp El Har has turned to a website called NetPosse.com that helps educate the public on horse theft, allows users to file a missing horse report, sends alerts on missing or stolen horses to thousands, allows for public listings of missing/stolen horses, and provides a step-by-step recovery guide.
Finding a missing or stolen horse can be overwhelming—it’s not like the neighborhood animal control facility can round up a horse very easily. So there’s a huge need for an organization like NetPosse.com, which has been serving the equine community since 1998.
If you or anyone you know is missing a horse, you can register at NetPosse.com and get the word out.
We hope Camp El Har sees the safe return of two of its most precious residents very soon.