On Sunday 17th May, we welcomed over 125 competitors
Rescue charity, HorseWorld was called to attend
Calling all horse owners!
Have you registered for the National Equine Health Survey (NEHS) yet?
To find out more and register please click here.
The National Equine Welfare Council C.I.C (NEWC) works to protect horses, ponies,
Six welfare charities have issued an updated report about the current equine crisis in the UK, entitled “Left on the verge: In the grip of a horse crisis in England and Wales”. Click here to read the latest report.
Are you looking for a horse, pony or donkey? If you are in this fortunate position, have you considered offering to rehome from one of our member charities? Each animal rehomed will free up a space, making it possible for charities to help more horses, ponies and donkeys in desperate need. Please click here to find out more.
Vitani. Mare & Foal. Located Upcott Park, EX22 6NT. Vitani is a two year old 12.1hh bay part bred Fell filly. Rescued as a part of a large welfare case. Unhandled on arrival. Vitani didn’t have the best start to life and because of this she can lack confidence, especially with new or scary situations. Read more →
Lacey. Horses4homes. Located in Lancashire. Lacey is a 20 year old 15.2hh bay Irish Draught X Thoroughbred mare. Lacey has been in her current home for the past 9 years. A real favourite on the yard. Up until August 2014 Lacey was in full work but is now living the life of riley being a lady of leisure. Read more →
Cas. Mare and Foal Sanctuary, Devon. Cas is a 10.2hh chestnut Welsh yearling filly. Cas is an outgoing, confident youngster. She has progressed well with her basic training and learns quickly. She is generally well behaved but being a youngster, can be lively so she wouldn’t be suitable for a novice handler. She does not respect electric Read more →
Gray. Mare and Foal Sanctuary, Devon. Gray is a friendly but cheeky boy! He is doing very well with his basic training. He has been walked out on the road & seen traffic with no problems and loads and travels well. He is good with the farrier. He does suffer from an occasional locking stifle when stabled for long periods; for this reason he is best suited to living Read more →