Custom Saddles, Other Equipment Stolen at Charity Horse Show

Equestrians reported that saddles, headstalls, saddle pads, show clothes, and other equipment had been stolen from stalls at the Henry County Fairgrounds on May 28.
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Indiana authorities are investigating the theft of equestrian equipment during a charity horse show in Henry County.

Chief Deputy Major Jay Davis, of the Henry County Sheriff’s Office, said equestrians from the Henry County Saddle Club reported that saddles, headstalls, saddle pads, show clothes, and other equipment had been stolen from stalls at the Henry County Fairgrounds on May 28.

“Combined, the theft totals a significant dollar amount that is yet to be determined by our department,” Davis said.

Suspects are being sought in connection with the incident

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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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