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Rare Marsh Tacky Horses Stolen! Help Bring them Home!

April 24, 2017 – Rembert, SC

Someone stole two Rare Breed Marsh Tacky Horses from Rembert, SC late Sunday night or very early Monday morning. Please be on the lookout for these horses.The horses are friendly and someone cut the power to the fence and took the horses out of their pasture.The owner of the horses is Jackie Hood McFadden.


“My Marsh Tackies were stolen last night from Rembert, SC near Camden, SC. They are endangered Marsh Tacky horses. A bay mare, River, and a dark bay gelding, Yago, both with stars. River has a left hind pastern and her mane falls to the left. Yago has a double mane and has some roaning on his flanks. The photos are posted here: Please get the word out. We have talked to police and I’m filling out the forms for NetPosse. They are microchipped. They are very friendly horses. The power was cut and they were taken out the back gate.”

PLEASE PLEASE help us find them!!

Please message me via my blog if you have any information.




I have always loved to write and to research, and from an early age, captivate an audience (or at least imagine I was). Story-telling has been a source of enjoyment whether the story is one re-told for generations or plucked from reality like the collection of Marsh Tacky Horse stories from interviews. My experience with stories tells me that all of them, fiction or non-fiction, are based at least on a tiny seed of truth and diligent research can unveil those truths. These are the skills I bring to my keyboard and to interviews. I am currently under contract with History Press for the manuscript, "The Natural History of the Marsh Tacky Horse".

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