Our founders great sacrifice......
Seven Acre Horse Sanctuary - Giving horses/ponies a second chance..
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Our founders great sacrifice......

Here at Seven Acre Horse Sanctuary our motto is all horses deserve that second chance. Most horses that come through our gates really do need that chance. They can be walking skeletons from neglect to naughty from being misunderstood. We are now even lately having horses coming in that are so loved but money is tight and can no longer be afforded. We do take these horses where as most rescue centers will not. We always have that safety blanket with all our horses that we own our land out right. We also have a safety net for all the horses that do find a forever home through us that they remain the property at all times of Seven Acre Horse Sanctuary as we never under any circumstances sell any they are here for life even if they do go out for re homing. The contracts are yearly when they go out so that the horses and people have security. We also do checks every 4 to 6 weeks including the odd random one. We don't tolerate abuse to the horses in any way as we are their safe haven. Their happiness and care is of the upmost importance. So much so that the founder sold her house lately. There was a fire next door to them and they were lucky to make it out. It was only smoke damage luckily but both Pauline and Micheal who started this all decided they do not want to go back to the house so brought a tiny caravan and lived with the horses and ponies as we need someone there 24/7. The house got sold at a loss but it has done so much good. We have 19 new stables going up! The ground is being repaired and the first lot go up on the 5th of december. As soon as they go up the golden oldies come in first!! Its not just stables that the house has supplied its hay for the winter. We currently use £250 a week on hay. Thats why we are always asking for donations we desperately need them as the house money is slowly going. These people are amazing and i am proud to be their daughter and volunteer yard manager. The horses and ponies are family and always will be. Thank you for reading this :o)
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