We have are delighted to announce we have been highly commended in all areas following an inspection from the British Horse Society, (BHS) as part of their Retraining Centre Approvals scheme.
Wherever possible Bransby Horses strive to rehabilitate, train and rehome any rescued equines which are suitable, in order to make room for more needy cases.
It is a time consuming and expensive process but a vital area of our work.
Head of equine care and training at Bransby Horses, Rosie Mogford said: “Bransby Horses were highly commended in all the required categories, which is a really great reflection on the standard of care we provide.
“All our teams work hard to make sure we are doing the very best we can for all our rehomed equines and their foster families.”
This BHS Approved Centre award provides peace of mind to the public we uphold the highest standards of care.
The BHS has worked with retraining industry leaders to develop the Approved scheme that recognises the standards of welfare and commitment centres such as ours undertake to make sure their horses are rehomed into suitable situations.
The scheme objective is to reassure members of the public who are interested in offering to rehome a horse that the centre they have chosen strives to reach the highest standards.
The aftercare of all rehomed horses is equally as important as the retraining and for this reason centres are required to retain legal ownership of all horses in their care to be eligible for approval.
For centres applying to be approved for the first time, an initial inspection is required.
All approved centres are rechecked, as was the case for Bransby Horses, every other year.