Posted by Jenny on Jan 29, 2012 in Association News | 0 comments
Due to a change of circumstances and relocation abroad for their previous guardians, Ruby and Ebony have come back to the Dordogne for a short while.
They have their own little paddock and barn, next door to my horses and Mimi. Madge is totally besotted by them, she’s gone all moon-eyed, and is desperate to be their friend.
Ossie, although initially indifferent, is now furious at her...
Posted by Trina on Jul 25, 2011 in Association News | 0 comments
Today we went out to see ERF pony Perry who has been with his adoptive family for a year now. The first thing I noticed straight away was how svelte perry was now looking compared to the rather rotund pony of last year. The sweet itch that he suffered from last year also seems to have improved no end. To help keep the flies at bay his young guardian Katy says he loves his typically French diet...
Grace has returned to the ERF fold after her previous guardians have had to return to the UK. We are now looking for a permanent guardian who can bring her on and give her a secure future.
Grace was born whilst her mum was with ERF and spent her first few months in our care. Sunrise was rehomed when the mushroom farm that she provided manure for closed down. She had a foal at foot and was in foal...
Sometimes when owners can no longer care for their horses,ponies and donkeys they gift them to an association like ERF.
Why….? So they can be found a new home under contract to the association which safeguards their future for life. Individuals who, for whatever reason, give their equines for free to other individuals always run the risk of the animal being passed on to who knows...
Our two gorgeous girls Ruby and Ebony, rescued from a market back in April, are now looking for Guardians to care for them throughout their lives. Although we hate to say goodbye to them, they are now both confident enough to move on to new loving permanent homes, which will enable us to help other equines in need.
We feel that as Ruby is still slightly wary of strangers, probably from some...