‘If you needed that happy ending story in your life today. This is it. Sarge has been found and he is OK!’: Owner of horse.
SENLAC – Update Oct. 30: Livestock Services of Saskatchewan say that the missing gelding from Senlac has been located.
It’s owner, Adrienne, posted on social media: “If you needed that happy ending story in your life today. This is it. Sarge has been found and he is OK! So much love and gratitude to the residents of Senlac Sask. who showed up big time for us. 21 days on the run!”
Original story: Livestock Services Saskatchewan is asking the public to watch for a gelding that was spooked and jumped a corral panel at about 6 p.m. on Oct. 5.
The horse went missing from the R. M. 411 near Senlac. It has a big white blaze, two hind white socks, and two front vertical white socks. He also has a big white spot on the belly by cinch. He was last wearing a black blanket with yellow stripes. The horse is not branded. The owners have searched extensively, and believe someone may have caught him.
If you have information related to this missing gelding please call your local RCMP Detachment or Livestock Services Saskatchewan at 306-546-5086.
Senlac is about 48 kilometres west of Unity and 110 kilometres east of Lloydminster.
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