"Unique" saddle stolen from Okotoks area

By The Canadian Press
January 2, 2018 - 12:10pm

Okotoks RCMP have released photos of what they're describing as a "unique" saddle and a number of bridles that were stolen last week.

The items were taken from a rural property on Thursday.

The saddle is described as a Don Rich Custom sixteen-and-a-half-inch saddle, deep red in colour with a ranch cutter-maker marked in multiple places and Keith Wilson custom stainless steel covered oak stirrups.

Police are asking anyone with information about the saddle or the bridles -- which are described as Don Rich Customs and Jim Townshend models -- to contact them.


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