Between Thursday, July 17 and Saturday, July 19, 2008, while exhibiting at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, KY our horse trailer was stolen from parking lot at the KHP. See photos, description, and flyer below.
If your horse trailer has been stolen or you are currently trying to recover stolen tack or a stolen horse trailer, check out our article What to Do if your Tack or Horse Trailer are Stolen.
Please help by printing and hanging a flier in your local tack shop/auction house/trailer lot
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If this trailer resurfaces it will probably be a different color. Click photos to enlarge.
Pony Express Brand, year 2000, no model name marked.
- 2 horse straight load with dressing room.
- 16 ft long
- Grayish-champagne(tan) in color.
- will be missing divider or possibly have a mismatched one inserted.
- distinctive markings:– small dent on front, about thigh-high (see photo)
– “do not tailgate” sticker on the back
– At the time of theft, one of the side-back screens had a small rip
VIN: 1R9B51528V1198227 Missouri Plate# was: EKR 245
This trailer was stolen with several items in the tack room including a very distinctively patterned Longhorn Western saddle. (longhorn tag may be removed, and saddle sold as generic) The saddle is older and worn and has a very low retail value but high sentimental value.
for info leading to the recovery of either trailer or saddle.
If you have info please contact the KY Horse Park police at 859-259-4250 or contact us.
With a Masters Degree in Psychology and two decades of experience as a horseback rider, breeder, and tack store owner, Tatum has developed a unique approach to coaching adult riders that integrates the physical and emotional aspects of developing as a confident rider.