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Our most inquisitive (AKA nosey!) donk
The one-horse job-creation scheme, always rolling in mud
Terrified when he came to the sanctuary, now growing in confidence
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Flies are a real bother for all ponies and donkeys.
Ponies need their feet trimming every 4-6 weeks.
Integrated, multi-modality method of equine massage.
Non invasive holistic technique.
Pure Balance is the base for all the feeds in our range.
Pure Easy has been developed as a low energy feed.
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Our ponies love these licks.
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Hope Pastures uses your donations to prevent suffering and to improve and save lives. Thanks to your support we rescue, rehabilitate and re-home horses, ponies and donkeys in need and give people the chance to meet these animals and learn about them and how to look after them.
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Assistant Yard Manager/Volunteer Coordinator Job Description Join our team: Hope Pastures rescues, rehabilitates and re-homes horses, ponies and donkeys. Based in Leeds and open free of charge every day, we’re also a centre for the community – a place where people, irrespective of background and ability, can meet the animals, volunteer and learn how to […]
Well, what a month for weather! Torrential rain (thankfully I have a shelter) and now gorgeous sunshine. LS16 has turned positively tropical. The donks and I have been enjoying lazing around in the warmth and are making the most of the growing green stuff. The humans (also called uprights, according to one of my friends) […]
So, how many herbs can I stuff in my mouth before my friends come?! Yum, thank you humans x Horse News Fagan, who was rescued in February, has come on really well – he looks like a different youngster now. He’s still long-legged, though, so he’s going to be a horse, not a pony (and […]