A family in Wetaskiwin County is hoping for the safe return of 6 horses that were stolen from their ranch this week. John Cameron and his family live on the ranch between Buck Lake and Winfield. They believe the horses, worth about 100 thousand dollars were stolen sometime between Wednesday and Thursday afternoon. For the family, the horses mean more to then just money.
Below are descriptions of the stolen horses and their names:
- Socorro – 2006 all grey Hanoverian gelding, at least 16.3 hands high, Hanoverian brand on back left hip, scar on back right leg
- Peppy – 2001 red dun Quarter Horse gelding, white blaze on face, around 14.2 hands high, brand on front left shoulder
- Willard – 2001 red roan Quarter Horse gelding, around 16 hands high, brand on front left shoulder, wide white blaze on face, three white stockings – front right and both back legs
- Solstice – 2009 chestnut Hanoverian mare, around 16 hands high, four white socks, half stripe and star on face
- Buddy – 2010 all grey Quarter Horse gelding, around 15 hands high
- Zorro – 2008 bay Quarter Horse gelding, his back left leg has a scar, around 14.2 hands high