POLICE are asking people to be on the look-out for a large quantity of high-value horse-riding equipment stolen in a burglary at a farm.

A rented storage container was broken into at Glyngwernen Uchaf Farm, Felinfoel, Carmarthenshire sometime between 7.30pm on Saturday, March 30 and 9am on Sunday, March 31.

Horse saddlery and equestrian equipment worth £5,000 was stolen.

The items include: black Kent & Masters 17” saddle with Avacalo gel pad, sheepskin numnah, black girth and rose gold tech stirrups; brown 14” Thoroughgood saddle; black 14” leather Ideal saddle; black Winter 17” saddle; brown Western pony saddle; 16” brown Wintec saddle; 17” brown Jeffrey’s saddle;

16.5”–17” black saddle with a shield crest in red and blue with a yellow cross, with black safety stirrups; 16” black Wintec saddle with safety stirrups (£120)

Anyone with information, or anyone who becomes aware of any of these items being offered for sale, is asked to contact PC 825 Carter on 101, quoting reference DPP/0011/31/03/2019/01/C.