Reward for Safe Return of Missing ‘Charlie’

By Eoin Kelleher

By Eoin Kelleher

Equine Kinesiology Ireland (Cavan) has put out an alert for one-year-old ‘Charlie’, who went missing on Saturday (June 2nd). Yvonne Ann Raeburn is offering an undisclosed amount for Charlie (pictured). Yvonne is anxious to see the safe return of their family’s beautiful chestnut-coloured colt. Her daughter Katie, now completing her Junior Cert, is devastated that she will not get the chance to train Charlie.

Charlie vanished from a field opposite Ballysheehan stud about three miles outside Cashel on the old main Dublin/Cork road, going in the direction of Thurles, at around midnight on June 2nd.

He is described as Chestnut in colour, with one white hind foot, and a white whirl in the forehead. “He had no head collar, the other colts had, and they just went for him,” says Yvonne. “So it was select. They cut the electric wire and made him jump bank onto the road. Please help us find him. He’s a yearling colt now with one white hind foot. They must have gone to great bother to catch him. “

Charlie is 15.2 hands high. Readers with any information about Charlie can contact Yvonne at 0863668031.