You could try a DNA test for breed (Texas A&M is not expensive and are very quick), and then get in touch with the specific breed association to see what options are available. If he has any identifying marks, list them when you write or email. I was able to track my boy, but he does have a tattoo, so it wasn’t difficult. Depending on the breed, he may have been DNA verified by the breeder, so having the DNA results would help with that as well.
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It is never the horse's fault