Elf’s journey from nervous neglected young foal to calming friend

Elf has been transformed since he came into our care. Will you help other horses in need this winter?

Elf’s journey from nervous neglected young foal to calming friend

Elf came into our care last winter at just a few months old, weak and emaciated. Thankfully, with specialist care from the team at Glenda Spooner Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre Elf has recovered from his really poor start in life and is now a bright, brave and inquisitive youngster. With your support we can reach other horses and ponies like Elf who are in need this winter – could you spare just a few pounds today to help them?

It’s not only youngsters like Elf who come into our Rescue and Rehoming Centres. We also see welfare cases arrive in large groups, like Finley; dangerously obese horses and ponies like Thruppence; and cases of severe neglect, like Clyde. With your support, we hope to give every one of these horses the chance to have a happy and healthy future. Will you give today to help horses in need this winter?

Beautifully turned out piebald pony standing on grass in front of a hedge
Elf has grown into a bright, inquisitive, happy young pony
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