This age of disposable things should not apply to animals. If anyone can take a horse, or knows someone who can, please consider rehoming a horse from World Horse Welfare.
- Dame Judi Dench
Annita, known as Bacudi, is well known for pulling grumpy faces but this is all for show as she actually doesn't have a bad bone in her body. Once she gets to know and trust you she is a gorgeous mare with a lot to offer. Bacudi mixes well in the herd and she has made an excellent mother figure to some of our younger residents. Bacudi has firm opinions which she is not afraid to express but she is good to handle and generally well behaved. She is not suitable to ride but this young mare came into our care from such horrific circumstances she definitely deserves to find a home where she will be loved and cherished.
Despite her grumpy face pulling Bacudi is actually a very lovable mare. She is generally well mannered providing clear boundaries are set and maintained.
Bacudi was part of the much publicised Amersham case in 2007 when over 100 horses were found living in appalling conditions. The owner was later successfully prosecuted by the RSPCA
Annita (Bacudi) is located at Hall Farm
- Breed Irish Draught Cross
- Age 7
- Colour Skewbald
- Sex Mare
- Type Horse
- Height 15.1hh
- Stabling / Shelter Can live out all year with Shelter
- Bedding Required Straw or Shavings
- To Catch in the Field Good
- Hay / Feed Hay during the Winter
- Feet *unshod horses must be trimmed every 6-8 wks unshod
- Rugs Doesn't need a rug
- Vices None
- Loan Fee (£) 50
- Future Use: Companion
If you are successful in your application then you must be prepared to collect World Horse Welfare Annita (Bacudi) from Hall Farm