Protecting Your Horse Property From Theft

Thefts happen in barns, at horse shows, and from pastures. Learn how to keep your horses, possessions, and people safe.

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Protect Your Horse Property From Theft
Cameras or video surveillance systems can help identify intruders and what they're doing. | Photo: Courtesy Saddlebrook BarnCams, LLC

Thefts happen in barns, at horse shows, and from pastures; here’s how to keep your animals , possessions, and people safe

You might sense it when you’re the last one at the boarding barn at night or when you’re about to leave your packed trailer unattended in a parking lot. Maybe it creeps in when you think of your horses and equipment alone at your farm or when your horse is stalled in a strange place at an event.  

The unwelcome visitor is uneasiness or even fear about whether your tack and equipment—not to mention your horse!—are safe from theft.

Security. It’s increasingly important in today’s world and for many reasons

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