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(shr stolen 2012) Corkie/Corky (Cork Harbour), 16.2hh, chestnut gelding

South Wales Police covering Wales' capital city, Cardiff, as well as Bridgend, Merthyr Tydfil, Swansea,
and the western South Wales Valleys, Neath Port Talbot , Rhondda Cynon Taf , Vale of Glamorgan
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South Wales Police covering Wales' capital city, Cardiff, as well as Bridgend, Merthyr Tydfil, Swansea,
and the western South Wales Valleys, Neath Port Talbot , Rhondda Cynon Taf , Vale of Glamorgan

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(shr stolen 2012) Corkie/Corky (Cork Harbour), 16.2hh, chestnut gelding

Post by TracingEquines » 24 Feb 2013, 5:09 pm

'Cork Harbour (Corkie, Corks)'
Crime Ref: 640 23/2/13

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Breed - THOROUGHBRED
Gender - Gelding

Description / Comments - Weatherbeet scarring on his rump, old overreach scar on offsite front bulb, nearside bottom of shoulder two round scars and they are horizontal to each other, white hairs on his withers from old rug rub. Offside back by his hock he has a line scar. Very worn down peg like front teeth. If unclipped he has two whorls on each side of his cheek bones (this horse hates being clipped). He may well be lame due to past ligament damage and recurring lymphangitis. When in the stable he tends to lean over the door very low as if asleep. Very good to catch and to handle, very well mannered.

Crime reference : South Wales – 640 23/2/13 & Gwent – 483 21/2/13
Police station Informed: South Wales and Gwent, Police contact number: 101

Colour - Bright Chestnut and 2 Back socks and white star
Height - 16.2hh
Age - 18 years
Stolen from - Llanharry Livery Yard, RCT. The above yard opposite the Fox and Hound pub in Llanharry
Date of Theft - 18-12-2012
Region - Stolen Horse Register, Tel: 0870 870 7107, E-Mail: info AT farmkey.co.uk

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Re: Corkie/Corky (Cork Harbour), 16.2hh, chestnut gelding

Post by TracingEquines » 05 Mar 2013, 12:04 pm

Corkie/Corky (Cork Harbour), 16.2hh, chestnut gelding
white star and 2 hind white socks, TB, Age 19

Harriet Thomas - http://www.facebook.com/harriet.thomas.921

He was put out on loan 3 months ago and that loaner (male) sold him a month after he had him.
So he as been gone just over 2month
I only found out he was gone last week after i went to the yard he was on loan to and he was gone.
The guy i loaned him to has admitted to selling him to a guy in camarthen

Corkie has quite a few scars on his rump, they are old weatherbeet scars
he also has a patch of white hair and a scar on his wither from a previous rug rub
he has whirls in his fur, either side of his cheeks on his face and his teeth are well warn too.
left hand side as you look at him above his front leg he has two round scars side by side

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Facebook group (secret) - SOLD WHILST ON LOAN HELP FIND! Corkie/Corky (Cork Harbour)
https://www.facebook.com/groups/622365147789233/

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Re: Corkie/Corky (Cork Harbour), 16.2hh, chestnut gelding

Post by TracingEquines » 21 Feb 2014, 2:13 pm

Corkie is still missing

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Re: Corkie/Corky (Cork Harbour), 16.2hh, chestnut gelding

Post by TracingEquines » 28 Feb 2016, 11:40 am

Farmkey , 28 February 2013
Link to poster on facebook = https://www.facebook.com/23426357331154 ... =3&theater

Stolen - Missing on Loan

Cork Harbour aka Corkie / Corks is a 16.2hh 19yr bright chestnut thoroughbred ex racehorse

He has old weatherbeet scarring on his rump and white hairs on his withers from old scarring. He has very worn down front teeth. He has two back white socks and a white star leading into a small narrow stripe on his face. He is very friendly. He suffers with mud fever in the winter and also suffers with recurrance of Lymphingitus and has back tendon problems, this horse may well be lame. He has quite a long thick tail and an old over-reach mark on his front foot.

The horse was sold by the loanee whilst out on loan just before Christmas. The loanee has admitted selling the horse and the matter is in the hands of Gwent Police. The horse was first sold to someone in Carmarthen, West Wales, but has passed through various hands since then. The latest lead was that he was on his way to Beeston Horse Sales who have been contacted and are aware of the horse

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