HELP HAPPA TO FIND LOTTIE – STILL NOT FOUND MISSING SINCE JUNE 2020
Have you seen HAPPA Lottie or a pony that matches her description? Lottie went missing from her field on Thursday 4th June 2020, she was seen trotting loose and alone across Amberswood Common, Wigan on the day of her disappearance. No further sightings have been seen since and she has simply vanished.
We are appealing to members of the public and horse owners across the nation to help find her. Lottie is a nervous pony and it is possible that someone could have taken her in and is caring for her as a stray. We are urging people to remain vigilant and keep Lottie in the forefront of their minds, if anyone is offered a pony that matches Lottie’s description or sees one grazing in a field, please get in touch.
It is also possible that Lottie has been moved on and we are widening our search and appealing for the horse owning community across the UK to help up to identify her and reunite her with HAPPA (The Horses & Ponies Protection Association). It is likely that she is a long way from home and no longer in the Lancashire area.
Lottie a 12.2hh Bright Bay 11 year old mare, recognisable by a distinctive snip on her nose. Lottie is fully microchipped (981000010456890) and has a Passport, she is registered as belonging to the Charity. HAPPA and Lottie’s family are desperate to know that she is safe and well and need to bring her home where she belongs.
All calls will be taken in the strictest confidence, please phone HAPPA on Tel: 01282 455992 or contact our Equine Inspector on Tel: 07736040978.