New NetPosse National Disaster Website for Horse and Pets

Free disaster lost and found listings for individuals and groups!

Provided by NetPosse – SHELBY, NC September 13, 2018: Hurricane Florence is about to hit land in several southern states with all of her furry. We would like to announce our new resource, developed by Stolen Horse International, Inc., also known as NetPosse, a nonprofit organization that has been bringing horses home for 21 years this month.

Our NetPosse National Disaster Lost and Found database website is for horses and pets, who are affected by any natural disaster. And we are doing this for free! We do not have extra funds to give to relief efforts but we do have expertise and tools that we can donate for public use. It is our way of giving back to those who have supported our mission to reunite horse and owners when the worst happens. We are paying it forward.

This brand new FREE resource is meant to bring disaster rescue organizations and victims together in one place, making it easier to search through the multitude of pages and groups on Facebook. Listing on the webpage is not only free, but it is easy and quick. We will be sending out our NetPosse Alerts to our vast NetPosse network for those who list on the website.

Both individuals who are looking for lost animals and groups that are saving them can post their information in the Hurricane Florence section, with descriptions, contact info and links back to your group or personal page.

Keep in mind that this is a new website manned by volunteers who are standing by to help victims with their listings. The NetPosse National Disaster Lost and Found database website has been working as a beta testing site in the past, working out kinks and training volunteers during real disasters.

We are ready to make a difference in someone life with your help! We do not have an advertisement budget. All of our funds are put to use in our Victim’s Services and Educational Outreach programs. We know word of mouth travels fast and far. Once upon a time Stolen Horse International was one person, one stolen horse and a few helpful strangers. Look were we are today.

Share our information to your page and send the info through your mailing list and newsletters. You can find more information on our informational (not listing) Facebook page, NetPosse National Disaster Database for Horse, Dogs and Pets at

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For more information on Stolen Horse International and its programs, visit the website at Stolen Horse International is a Section 501(c)(3) organization under the Internal Revenue Code. Contributions to it are tax-deductible as charitable contributions.

Contact: Debi Metcalfe
Phone 704-484-2165

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McCutcheon Steals The Show As United States Retain Reining Team Title

For Immediate Release

Tryon, NC USA – September 12, 2018 – The United States underlined their domination of Johnson Controls Reining competition by taking Team Gold at the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 on Wednesday, September 12. The American team, led by the brilliant 18-year-old Cade McCutcheon on his grandfather’s horse, Custom Made Gun, claimed a comprehensive victory from Belgium in second and third-placed Germany. It was Team USA’s third successive FEI World Equestrian Games™ Gold medal triumph as they claimed the Johnson Controls Reining crown on a team score of 681 points.

Belgium, meanwhile, completed a hat trick of silver medals, while Germany’s bronze was a Reining first for them at WEG.

Cade McCutcheon and Custom Made Gun

For Cade, who was joined in the team by Casey Deary, Daniel L Huss and Jordan Larson, it continued the family’s remarkable connection to WEG success, given that his father won Individual Gold in 2010 and his mother Mandy claimed silver four years ago.

“I was real nervous, but all the guys really helped me and that made a huge difference,” Cade said. “My grandfather owns my horse and he’s trained it as well. He is a pretty good owner to work for.”

And Deary added, “Cade did an amazing job. He showed all that he had and we are all extremely proud of the job he did.”

Team USA takes home the first Team Gold medal of the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 in the discipline of Reining.

Reflecting on another second-placed finish, Belgium’s Bernard Fonck said, “I think everybody did everything that they could do with their horses and although it was a strong competition, I think Belgium was also pretty strong.”

With the crowd adding to a memorable atmosphere by getting fully involved in the action, there was also plenty for Germany to celebrate as they completed the podium places.

“This is the fifth WEG I have been a competitor at,” said Grischa Ludwig. “All the other competitions we’ve always been fourth and fifth, we’ve been beaten so many times by a half point and one point and now we’ve beaten the others (Austria) by a half point, which makes this feel even sweeter.”

“I did not think that it takes five FEI World Equestrian Games to get a medal! But, in the end, we really deserve it. This team really deserved it. We’ve been consistent. We had no low score and we were really fighting for the medal.”


For more information on the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 and to view start lists and results, please visit

To purchase tickets or for more information about the WEG, please visit

Click here to watch the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 promo video!

Media Inquiries

For media inquiries about the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018, please visit or contact one of the following press officers:

National Press Officer – Carly Weilminster at or +1 (828) 863-1144

International Press Officer – Gayle Telford at or 0044(0) 203 176 0355

For more information from the FEI, please contact Shannon Gibbons at or 0041-78-750-6146.

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About the Tryon International Equestrian Center

Tryon International Equestrian Center at Tryon Resort, host of the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018, is one of the world’s premier equestrian lifestyle destinations, with first-class facilities for all eight FEI disciplines. From carousel to competition, the mission of Tryon Resort is to celebrate the magic of the horse, grow equestrian sport, and increase access to this majestic animal. Tryon Resort is a spring, summer and fall haven for equestrian competitors and enthusiasts, and a year-round destination for connoisseurs of diverse cuisine and shopping, lodging getaways, and family entertainment. Learn more at


About the FEI World Equestrian Games™

The FEI World Equestrian Games™, held every four years in the middle of the summer Olympic cycle, is the property of the Fédération Equestre Internationale (FEI), the world governing body for horse sport organized by the International Olympic Committee (IOC). It is one of the biggest events on the global sporting calendar, combining World Championships in the Olympic disciplines of Jumping, Dressage and Eventing, the Paralympic discipline of Para-Equestrian Dressage, as well as Driving, Endurance, Vaulting and Reining.

The inaugural FEI World Equestrian Games™ were hosted in Stockholm (SWE) in 1990. Since then the Games have been staged in The Hague (NED) in 1994, Rome (ITA) in 1998, Jerez (ESP) in 2002, and Aachen (GER) in 2006. The first Games to be organized outside Europe were the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ in Kentucky (USA) 2010. The Games came back to Europe for the 2014 edition, the Alltech FEI World Equestrian Games™ in Normandy (FRA), which attracted more than 500,000 on-site spectators and a worldwide television audience of 350 million, as well as delivering an economic impact of €368 million to the French economy.


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A Look Back at the 2018 Pan American Cup

From ANCR Brazil – The second annual Pan American World Cup in Brazil welcomed teams from Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Paraguay, Uruguay, and the United States. The full week of reining included the inuagural Youth Pan American Cup, Brazilian Futurity, National Championship, and the Cardinal Ranch Youth Cup.

Learm more about ANCR Brazil and their efforts to expand reining globally:

NRHA Professional Kole Price Moves to Pilot Point

Kole Price, NRHA Professional Horseman of Price Performance Horses, moves to Liberty Ranch in Pilot Point, TX! Price specializes in Aged Events horses, and Non Pros are always welcome. Kole was 30th on NRHA’s Top Professionals list in 2017. He also coached 4 Non Pro’s on the 2017 NRHA Non Pro Top 25 list! We are now accepting outside horses for training!

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