Two Pulaski County ranch owners are dealing with the loss of a beloved horse.
Wednesday's high winds blew a shelter roof more than 50 feet in the air.
The roof hit one of Erik and Kim Reid's horses.
The horse, Spring Frost, died.
The Reids say they are dreading breaking the news to one former rider who was very attached to Spring Frost.
"She was family, she was ten years old. And you know, she was a unique little horse," Shadow Ranch owner Kim Reid said.
Normally a vet would have been to Shadow Ranch in a few minutes.
But the weather was so bad the vet was unable to get there for nearly 45 minutes.
In more than 20 years, Shadow Ranch has never lost a horse from weather.
The ranch has so much wind damage that several friends are coming over Saturday to help with repairs.