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Stolen Horse International/NetPosse.com is a program that is very special for the horse industry and made up of great horseman. I will always appreciate and support the well being of horses. NetPosse.com is all about that! Thanks for your dedication and passion for the horse and their loving owners!Lynn Palm - Palm Partnership Training, 7/25/2015
Debi Metcalfe and Stolen Horse International are the gold standard when you encounter a situation involving a missing or stolen horse, whether you found the horse or lost the horse. The thoughtful care and personal attention Debi gives every case is inspiring because she has personal experience with h ow it feels to have your horse taken. As an equine attorney in North Carolina and director on the NC Horse Council board I am often asked about situations where there is a horse missing (or found) and a referral to Debi is virtually always in order. The results SHI regularly produces are amazing!Dottie Burch - NC Equine Attorney, Ragsdale Liggett, PLLC, 7/25/2015
I've been closely acquainted with Debi Metcalfe and her mission, Stolen Horse International and Netposse.com, for several years. I believe Debi has a unique call to this work, and her efforts have been invaluable in preventing animal theft, as well as reuniting stolen horses with their rightful owners. This was a difficult field to enter, on several fronts, and Debi donates countless hours (and a considerable amount of cash) to educating horse owners about horse theft, and providing practical means to prevent it. I applaud Debi's perseverance, and wish her continued success on the journey.Brenda Imus -Gaited Horse Author and Clinician, 7/25/2015