Thieves target horseowners

By: Horse Deals

Thieves target horseowners
Thieves target horseowners
Two young ponies, owned by Daniel Nicholls who is wheelchair-bound, have been stolen from their stables at Manor Farm Stables, Charlton, Middlesex last weekend.

Bailey, is an eight-month-old Tobiano skewbald filly, measuring 29 – 30ins, with four white socks and white markings on her withers. She is microchipped (number 958000001672766).

Also taken from the same yard was Tinkerbell, a two-year-old few spot Appaloosa filly, with pink spotted nose, appaloosa markings around her eyes, aprox 31 – 33ins, not microchipped.

Both ponies were stolen from their stables between 7pm and 7am on 29/30 December and were wearing matching navy blue combo Dinky rugs.

Anyone with any information is asked to contact local police.

Stolen tack recovered

In a seperate incident, police are trying to trace the owners of thousands of pounds worth of saddles stolen in burglaries across West Yorkshire.
Officers recovered 29 saddles during a search of a property in Tyersal, Bradford, after executing a search warrant.
West Yorkshire Police now want to hear from any people who have had saddles stolen in burglaries in the wider surrounding area.

Viewing days are being held at Pudsey police station, between 10am and 5pm, on Saturday, January 9, and Sunday, January 10.

Attendance is by appointment only, contact PC 3606 Tom O'Donovan at Pudsey police station on 0113 241 4999.