At present we have no suitable horses to be rehomed as 'Riding Horses'
Fortunately we were able to rehome our Somerset riding horses before relocating to Sussex and avoided the possibility of two relocations within a short period of time.
As we focus on the more challenging cases, rehabilitation takes time. We are also very particular about matching horses to their new homes and keepers, to ensure they will bond for life; this also takes time.
We still receive almost daily requests to help horses likely to prove easier to rehabilitate than most of our intake. Hence the introduction of our Enhanced Fostering Scheme.
We believe an experienced foster home will facilitate a smooth transition from the recuperative atmosphere of the Sanctuary to the more bustling atmosphere of a busy livery yard or home experience with dogs, children etc.
We are recruiting experienced equestrians with suitable facilities, willing and able to start and even complete rehabilitation for us, before we seek forever loving homes. For logistical and financial reasons the facility will need to be within a 20 lime radius of Adversane (West Sussex) as we will need to closely monitor the horses' progress which means very regular visits whilst he/she is being re-schooled.
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