The Horses

Each and  every one of our horses are unique individuals with very different personalities and have their own story that has ultimately led them here to us. 

Once a horse has been fully rehabilitated and is mentally brought back to complete trust and unconditional love for humans then nothing would make us prouder but to see them go out into the World and make their own mark on someone's life. 

If you feel that you would like to re-home one of our horses then have a look at some of their profiles and read their stories.

...they have already paid it forward for a lifetime...

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The Horses - their story

Charity - Welsh Sec A

Charity - Welsh Sec A

Charity - Welsh Sec A

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As a new horse is rescued and becomes part of the team, you will be able to read more about 

their story here.

Charity - Welsh Sec A

Charity - Welsh Sec A

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Firstly, when a horse reaches the centre, they will be checked by the vet and receive any treatment that may be required.

Fiona - Shetland Pony

Charity - Welsh Sec A

Fiona - Shetland Pony

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The farrier will also check their feet and dependent on health, a much needed bath and grooming will be an essential!

Selina - Shetland Pony

Fiona - Shetland Pony

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Dependent if there are any medical needs, 

the horse will then be given a stable name and taken to a pasture for a few days or weeks to recouperate .

Selina - Shetland Pony

Selina - Shetland Pony

Selina - Shetland Pony

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Each horse will be carefully monitored and assessed with regards to any mental blocks, habits or fears they may have picked up over the years. 

Selina - Shetland Pony

Selina - Shetland Pony

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Once any points to work on have been established, they can be paired with a suitable trainer and visitor to start mutual healing and mental recovery.

The current situation of horses destined for the meat trade in Poland.

One of the reasons this project has been created is because of our lifelong passion for horses and their welfare. The current situation in Poland with regards to horses being bred for the meat-trade is shocking. There are many groups, charities, organisations and people around the country that actively protest against the current legislation and for the law to change.

At the moment, all we can do is save the horses that we can, and we salute the various organisations that are  doing the same. 


...Pay it forward for those that do not have a voice...


You can help by spreading the word about the treatment and transportation of horses when they are being sold to European abattoirs at various "fairs" around Poland, 

by passing the message on,  it will not only be a few sporadic voices that are being heard but a 

large outcry that is heard worldwide.


...Join the movement...

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