Name: Johnny B Good Gender: Gelding Species: Horse Breed: Pony of America, Quarter Horse DOB 1996 Description: Red Bay, just over 13 hands. White star and long, narrow strip running down his nose and over his left nostril. Very short socks on all four feet. Most of his hooves are striped. Tail is extremely thick, mane is short and his forelocks are exceptionally short. Last seen April 13th, 2014. Last spoke to people who had him mid 2016, they would not provide Johnny's exact situation and I believe they sold him. They did not have the right to do so. We have been able to determine that Johnny was given to The Frontier Culture Museum in Staunton, Virginia in 2016. The museum dispersed their herd in 2019. The last horse there was given to a local rescue on 09/24/2019 and Johnny was already gone. No one who currently works at the museum was there at the time that this occurred so that is where the trail goes cold. If anyone knows of someone that worked at the museum between 2016 and 2019 they would be the next best clue.... Area Last Seen: Spotswood, VA, 24472 Date Last Known: 6/1/2016 Contact
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