Has your horse gone missing? While I recommend using all of the conventional search methods, it is possible that your horse could be found by someone that won’t have access to your local newspaper or notice the sign posted in your feedstore. Your horse could end up being quickly sold and be shipped across the country or even the world.
That is where www.netpossee.com comes in. They post lost as well as found adds and are totally devoted to their cause. If you sign up for their mailing list, you will recieve missing horse notifications, which may enable you to be a part of the solution. In addition, you can register your horse’s information with them, including microchip ID number and markings. That way, should your horse go missing, you will have all of the necessary information to begin the search.
There are a lot of considerations in your goal of safe surroundings and room to roam in the company and security of other horses. By its nature a horse is most relaxed while grazing leisurely. So a fenced in paddock without grass is not ideal in the horse’s terms, although he may tend to move about more playing with a mate in the paddock. A pasture suited to a horse will fend off many injuries and health problems.