Name: Gypsy aka Trixie's Baby Gender: Stallion Species: Horse Breed: Gypsy Cob Description: We are devastated. It seems that someone has STOLEN our baby Gypsy colt. Please share and be on the lookout. He has very distinct markings and is only days old. He was with mama and fine last night around 10:30pm. Off of CR 18 1/2 north of Fort Lupton CO. Gone this morning and her bag is tight and dripping milk. Brand inspectors and police have been notified. Please contact us with any information!!
Caiti 3037171693 Chad 9703244106
There are baby hoof prints right outside the gate and someone’s footprint that is twice as big as mine. Tracks that look like the backed close to the gate and pulled out. He did not get out or get attacked by a predator. He was taken.
Some have been asking to donate to a reward fund or fund for new baby for Trixie, you can donate to our business Venmo @calvary-cobs for now, we are going to be setting up a page for her if we can, tonight. Thank you so much for the shares and prayers, we are trying to milk Trixie to keep her producing in hopes of her baby coming home ❤️
Area Last Seen: Fort Lupton, CO, 80621 Date Stolen: 4/21/2021 Contact
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8/13/2021 11:21:00 AM
April 21, 2021 - From Caiti on her FB page: Caiti Hladky is with Chad Vallad. April 21 · *UPDATED* anyone with information or if you have our colt please please just return him or come forward. You will not be in trouble, we will even give you the reward money! We just want him home... Trixie is so sad... and so are we. We are devastated. It seems that someone has STOLEN our baby Gypsy colt. Please share and be on the lookout. He has very distinct markings and is only days old. He was with mama and fine around 10:30pm April 20th. Off of CR 18 1/2 north of Fort Lupton CO. Gone the morning of April 21st. Brand inspectors and police have been notified. Please contact us with any information!! Caiti 3037171693 Chad 9703244106 The first Gypsy we ever purchased was a bred mare named Trixie. She is very special to us and we have been waiting months to meet her baby. He arrived three weeks early and was nothing short of perfect. But at just 4-days-old, Trixie’s precious baby Gypsy colt was stolen from her side, right in her home pasture. Several kind souls have already donated to our Venmo @calvary-cobs or PayPal firstname.lastname@example.org but we have been getting additional requests to set up a go fund me for those wanting to contribute to the reward fund we have offered for the colts safe return. These donations will also go to the efforts of those who have been so kind as to donate time and resources to helping us do everything we can to find Trixies baby and to getting her a new one if he is not returned. Link posted below. We are heart broken and so is Trixie... We do not go long without crying. We currently have no viable leads on our baby Gypsy and he has still not been returned. There is a generous reward offered for his safe return but we are now also looking for an orphan colt that Trixie can raise and plan to have her re-bred. She is an amazing mama and an excellent producer. We appreciate all of the eyes there are looking out for him and know that good can still come out of this horrible situation ❤️
8/13/2021 11:19:00 AM
NetPosse News Article: https://netposse.com/news.asp?id=4073
4/28/2021 9:33:00 AM
The Weld County Sheriff's Office reports it has not received a single lead in its investigation into the theft of a Gypsy colt from a farm north of Fort Lupton, Colorado, which is about 200 miles southeast of Carbon County. The foal went missing when it was just four days old, on the night of April 21st, sometime between 10:45 p.m. and 8:30 a.m. The colt is valued at an estimated $12,000. Although it's possible a colt this young could survive from bottle feeding, it's more likely that it has been paired with a nurse mare. The public is asked to keep a look out for this days-old foal. The Weld County Sheriff's Office is asking people to note the pattern of the colt's coat, which is unique to each animal, particularly the pattern of the coat near the colt's hind legs. Anyone who thinks they've encountered a similar looking horse, or who has any information about this case is asked to call Weld County Non-Emergency Dispatch at (970) 350-9600 or Northern Colorado Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-TIPS (8477). Tips can also be submitted through the Crime Stoppers website at www.crimeshurt.com. Those submitting tips through Crime Stoppers that lead to the arrest and filing of charges on a suspect(s) may be eligible for a cash reward. - https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=10158108044682843&id=90564487842&__cft__=AZWwFdgtj_KFwWwoxBtPqjvAE9jRQLu4rDCFqUxhSwiPh2x3PJlnBMhJGJFM35lVmFm0TZYvwSaofYwMofLxZlLX0gE-2jyMzqW9V1ma8DBTBAu1GQxDzgX-VUqqxwQGlA7o1jFCBsC8WjFsLPGwjKXg&__tn__=%2CO%2CP-R