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tack room

A room for holding bridles, saddles, and harnesses; usually in a stable.
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DISMAY: Claire Robinson in one of the tack rooms hit by raiders at Pottofields Equestrian Centre, where visitors are told of the theft, left
Four leather saddles worth a total of pounds 2,000 were taken from a tack room at a farm in Wolverley, near Kidderminster, between 12.15pm and 1.15pm on Tuesday, December 20.
Officers in the Prudhoe area are visiting yards to fit free shed bars and alarms to tack rooms as well as to give advice.
Officers in the Prudhoe area are visiting livery yards to fit free shed bars and alarms to tack rooms.
Saddles and bridles worth more than pounds 20,000 were taken from a livery stables in Middleton, near Tamworth, last week and several other Warwickshire stables have reported thefts from their tack rooms.