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Send us your tributes to your equine companions after they have left us. Contact us on 01335 320030 or email your tribute together with a photograph.

 

June 2021

My beautiful soul friend Anam Cara, we met 13 years ago when I was left some money and decided to fulfil my lifelong ambition of owning a horse.

I had planned to ride her but she had other ideas and had been many years as a dressage horse and was done with that! Listening to her we followed the natural horsemanship path and into Equine Assisted therapy, with her guiding me into training and courses.

She brought other horses into the herd until we were 4, when we worked for 10 years helping people to heal through being with horses, Cara saw her last client the day before she left this realm, a fitting end to her amazing work as a healer for humans.

Deeply honoured to have known her all these years and she now resides in a deep place within my heart always.

Farewell my beloved Anam Cara until we meet again.

I remain your devoted friend forever.

Louise Epona Pell

 

A lovely tribute from one of our customers:

This is my beautiful mare Chloe Valentine – my partner paid for her from the RSPCA as a Valentine’s gift 10 years ago. I have a piebald gelding from the RSPCA who has been the kindest, most honest horse anyone could hope to own – I have had him 19 years now. Chloe was going to be my next Horlicks, but it became apparent very early on that she was not. Her behaviour has always been challenging, as has her soundness. She had major orthopaedic surgery 3 years ago and was diagnosed with navicular last year. This summer we thought that we had finally cracked her behavioural issues, when she was put on Regumate and the past few months have been the happiest and most successful that we have had. Unfortunately her behaviour changed dramatically a week ago and she became aggressive to the other horses and myself and she attacked both myself and my other mare. We have no idea what caused the change in behaviour, but on the advice of the vets we had to let her go. She is so missed, but we know that she is now at peace and out of pain.

 

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