NR005001 - MISSING EQUINE Diamond Executive, Deceased - NY

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Incident Details

Incident Details

Incident Date:
7/25/2016 
Location:
Moravia (Cayuga County), NY, 13118, USA

Guernsey was last seen Monday 7/25/16. We have searched the fence lines and all the fences are okay. We have 3 gates and all were still closed. No signs anywhere of how she could have gotten out. We have contacted the State Trooper and they are aware and helping to investigate. We have contacted the local media as well. We have looked everywhere but there are some areas that we can't get to.

Equine Recovered
Name:
Diamond Executive [RECOVERED] 
Nickname:
Guernsey
Color:
White/Brown 
Breed:
Paint TOBIANO - Quarter Horse 
Gender:
Mare 
Age:
30 years 
Current Age:
31 years
Height:
14.0 hands 
Weight:
1200 lbs 
Microchip:
No 

All Markings
Face: Blaze
Details: Indentations above eyes due to age
Leg Markings: Left Front Leg - Coronet Band • Left Rear Leg - Stocking • Right Front Leg - Coronet Band • Right Rear Leg - Stocking •
Other Details: Coronet Bands are brown on front feed • Teeth are in bad shape and requires special feed that is wet
Temperament:
Friendly but If you have a bridle in your hand she will take off. Has been taken to nursing homes to spend time with the residents.
Skills:
Broodmare, English Pleasure, Ridden English, Western Riding

Registry:
American Paint Horse Association 

Owner Information

Owner Information

Email Address:
Full Name:
Suzanne Head 
Telephone:
607-745-5383 
Cellphone / Other:
315-430-2622 
Location:
Moravia, NY 13118 
County:
Cayuga 
Country:
USA
 

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Updates and News

Mon, August 1 2016

CNY farm mystery solved: Guernsey the paint mare died close to home

Guernsey, the Paint mare, disappeared without a trace from her Niles farm. The remains of the horse was found in a cornfield by a drone operator. Her owners, Rodger and Sue Head, had feared the horse had been stolen.

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Date of Filing: 7/29/2016 1:22:00 PM