and Owner Reunited with Farmkey
owner Pauline Barnes is celebrating being reunited with her
horse Millie, after she was stolen from her field on June
a 10-year-old bay mare, welsh cob cross was taken from a field
in Ailsworth, near Peterborough along with three other non-freezemarked
horses. Fortunately, Millie was freezemarked by Farmkey which
ensured her safe and speedy return.
was on the case immediately and Millie was soon tracked down
at a yard in Lincoln thanks to the help of yard owner Lorraine
Lorraine: "I became suspicious and noticed the horse was freezemarked
so checked the Farmkey website and saw the message. I contacted
Pauline: "I had arranged to meet with all the horse owners
for a morale booster and to see if anyone had heard any news. We
were also trying to decide what to do next.
I was with them my husband arrived having just received a telephone
call from Farmkey with news of Millies whereabouts.
drove straight to Lincoln to see her. It was just amazing, I was
so relieved it was her and that she had been well looked after.
can't thank Farmkey enough for finding Millie, all horses should
be freezemarked as proof to identify their horse."
Mills of Farmkey said: "We are delighted Millie is back with
Pauline. It is a great end to a heart searching story. The freezemark
provides a visible deterrent against theft."
the leaders in equine freezemarking is celebrating its Silver Jubilee
the original four-digit freezemark concept, Farmkey has developed
the revolutionary and discrete Micromark, the latest concept in
the fight to deter theft.
company has proved to be the number one choice for almost 200,000
UK members who know that should their horse stray or be stolen,
a 24 hour/365 day nationwide back-up service is at hand.
has links with the police, auctioneers and horse organisations,
and its network is so extensive and effective that more than 95%
of freezemarked horses which have been stolen are safely returned
to their owners.
more information please contact Farmkey on 0870 870 7107.
non-freezemarked horses are still missing and anyone with information
should contact PC Weaver on 01733 563232 ext. 4557, quoting Crime