Isle of Man Home of Rest for Old Horses

Isle of Man Home of Rest for Old Horses

The Home of Rest for Old Horses came into being in 1950 when Mrs Mildred Royston and her sister Miss Kermode, became dismayed at the number of perfectly fit, old, working horses being shipped from the Island for a doubtful future.

From small beginnings, hard work, dedication and a lean income, the Home progressed until 1955 when a fortunate legacy provided the means to purchase “Bulrhenny” where the Home is now.

Of particular concern, were the old tram horses, and today we have “first option” on tram horses as they retire.

Since 1950 more than 280 animals have found happy retirement. We presently look after over 50 horses and 8 donkeys.

Home of Rest for Old Horses.

Bulrhenny

Richmond Hill

Douglas

Tel: +44 (0) 1624 674594