Southern Arkansas University Recovers Four Stolen Horses

Four of five horses stolen from stables at the university earlier this month were found in Oklahoma Nov. 15.

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Four of the five horses stolen from stables at Southern Arkansas University (SAU) earlier this month have been recovered.

Four SAU Horses Recovered

Ty Lester, left, pats his mare Gray, who was recovered along with three other stolen horses on Nov. 2. Dr. David Rankin, president of Southern Arkansas University, looks on.

On Nov. 2, five Quarter Horses belonging to students who are members of the school’s collegiate rodeo team were taken from the Mulerider Stables on the university’s Magnolia, Ark., campus. A horse trailer and a variety of equestrian equipment were also taken from the stables. The trailer and equipment had since been recovered

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Pat Raia is a veteran journalist who enjoys covering equine welfare, industry, and news. In her spare time, she enjoys riding her Tennessee Walking Horse, Sonny.

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