Posted 2010-09-27 12:11 AM (#5192557 - in reply to #5133043) Subject: RE: STOLEN TACK (PLEASE POST pictures HERE!!!!)
This isn't mine but I told the detective who recently found some things of mine that I'd help him out..
This is the stolen saddle I talked with you about yesterday.
It's a 13" barrel saddle. Custom made at the TDC Unit in Huntsville in 2007. The saddle has normal wear and tear on it. Star patterned conchos, with two of the conchos located on the rear skirt having the owner's initials "LSF" on them. If you could please pass this email around to your friends that attend rodeo events and have them do the same.
Any information would be greatly appreciated, and will be kept confidential.
Please contact Detective Daniel Barrett with the Walker County Sheriff's Department.
Also stolen at the same time: A generator (specifics unknown), and a Billy Cook barrel saddle, no pics available.
Posted 2010-10-18 2:37 PM (#5243159 - in reply to #5133043) Subject: RE: STOLEN TACK (PLEASE POST pictures HERE!!!!)
Location: New Mexico
----- Forwarded Message ---- From: Charlene Jackson <firstname.lastname@example.org> Sent: Mon, October 18, 2010 8:36:46 AM Subject: Stolen Saddle
Good Morning Everyone,
Kyle Dennison had his Bull Dogging Saddle stolen out of his horse trailer during the Navajo Nation Fair. It is a very distinct saddle as he won it from the Eastern Indian Rodeo Association. It has the EIRA logo and a gator seat. There isn't another one like it in this area. He is offering a no questions asked reward for its return. A picture is attached below.
If you see it or have any knowledge of its whereabouts, please contact Kyle at 505-414-6992. Alternatively, you can contact me at this email address.
Please pass this message along to your email contacts and lets see if we can get this returned!
To All: At the Navajo Nation fair this year, my saddle (attached pic) was stolen from my trailer. It is a unique bulldogging saddle won in Florida & has a gator skin seat. Pls if anyone knows of the whereabouts of my saddle I am willing to pay an award of 300.00 if returned, no questions asked. Pls contact Kyle Dennison at 505414
Posted 2011-01-09 3:46 PM (#5417726 - in reply to #5133043) Subject: RE: STOLEN TACK (PLEASE POST pictures HERE!!!!)
Location: I don't really know anymore...
We had all of our saddles stolen out of our tack room last night sometime between 10:30 and 7:00 this morning. They took 7 saddles, a Tod Slone and Cutter Collection saddle pad, and several bridles that they carried out in a Prefessional's Choice tote bag. It had "Honey" written on one of the horses. I'm attaching photos of 2 of the saddles. They are as follows:
1: Sherry Cervi Martin barrel saddle, dark leather, fully tooled except for the jockey, rope star conchos with turqouise dots in the conchos, did not have either girth on it, snap is broken on hoof pick holder, adjustable rigging 2. Circle Y barrel saddle, light brown, with roughout jockeys and fenders, faded red seat, rawhide horn and rawhide is coing loose in spots, silver laced cantle, has "Indian" tooling on it which is painted feathers and colored arrows, it has a set of aluminum trophy stirrups from 2008 Florida Parishes Arena barrel series
3.Fully tooled Hereford or Tex Tan roping saddle, has ACTRA Finals on jockey and High Money Champion 2000 on fenders, had a basket weave pulling collar on it, and has TEX TAN on back off billet, horn has a burned place in it from a rope and a nylon rope under the rubber on the horn, has a classic equine girth on it and a red cross on the underside between the two girths
4.older tooled roping saddle with rubber on the horn, I think it's a Big Horn brand, fenders are stamped Jerry Earls Saddle Series or something close to that and a date and we think the date is aound 1989 to early 1990's, it had a basket weave pulling collar on it, fenders were cut down at the top so they could beshortened and part of the lettering is gone
The other 3 saddles are just older riding saddles. One of them is a Belfountaine and another one is a hard seated saddle with a saddle strings, it has one stirrup tied on with hay string and if you shake it, it sounds like it has rocks in it.
If anyone has information please contact me: Katy Edwards 601-551-2733 or Jason Edwards 601-431-1670 or you can contact the MS Agriculture & Livestock Theft Bureau Investigator Lee Barkdull 601-942-7523