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...
Cast your minds back to last April when ERF attended a local horse market at St Yrieix. That day two very scared and thin ponies, a mare with her yearling filly still suckling, pulled on our heartstrings. The nearest place for them to recuperate was Jenny’s yard in the Dordogne, as travelling equines any distance in poor condition is risky at best. As with any new equines that come...
Wonderful news to report, Ruby and Ebony are now safely ensconced in their new home!
I was a bit apprehensive about loading them as the last experience they had of that was the dealers from the market, but I’m so proud of them both, they marched straight on. Ruby was a bit upset to begin with as she was too weensie to see that Ebony was on the other side, but she settled down, and they...
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...
Hardly recognisable as the scrawny little roan mare and her black foal that we rescued from St Yrieix horse fair back in April….
This lucky pair have really come along and are looking superb now…so much so that it’s nearly time for Ruby to leave us for pastures new.
They are now so full of curiosity and a little bit of mischief, that when we turned our backs for a...