Arabs’ Update


April 13, 2017

You may remember the story of Amethyst, Diamond, Emerald, Peridot and Tanzanite, who came into our care in January last year in what Bransby Horses described as one of the most ‘shocking cases of neglect they had ever seen’. Alongside the RSPCA and Lincolnshire Police, Bransby Horses assisted in the rescue of these five Arab…

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The Crisp Group


April 11, 2017

In May 2016, Bransby Horses received a call from the RSPCA to assist in the rescue of eight equines that were in need of urgent treatment. They were found in an unsuitable field in Collingham, near Newark, with no water or forage. The eight ponies were subsequently seized by the RSPCA under Section 4 and…

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A Big Thank You to David Crowe and Phillip Hoskins


April 3, 2017

To David Crowe David Crowe has resigned as a trustee after a year in post. David has helped the charity with his expertise in HR and been a Director of the Trading Company. He also chaired committee meetings. Due to his work commitments not decreasing as anticipated he made the decision to step down as…

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Scarlett survives Strangles!


March 16, 2017

You may remember the story of Scarlett, an eight-year-old Thoroughbred mare who arrived at Bransby Horses in November last year following seizure by the RSPCA; she was found abandoned close to a busy road and was ushered into a garden to keep her safe. In a very poor state, with a body condition of just…

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Brooke Update


March 13, 2017

WARNING *Upsetting Images* Brooke was taken into charity care on Thursday 2nd March and had a very lucky escape thanks to a passer-by, Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue and Rase Vets. Brooke was stuck in the River Till after slipping on the very wet river bank. It is unknown how long Brooke had been in the water,…

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A new start for Echo, Thor and Jordan


March 10, 2017

After spending their time in the care of the charity, we are delighted to announce that Echo, Thor and Jordan have found a loving home with Brackenhurst College under the Bransby Horses Commercial Rehoming Scheme. The scheme is very similar to the standard Rehoming Scheme, except the equine goes out to a college, university or…

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Improvement for the mares from Bodmin Moor


March 10, 2017

In January 2017, Bransby Horses welcomed an additional ten mares from Bodmin Moor, Cornwall. Despite the best efforts of multiple organisations, the welfare crisis continues. Named by staff, Buttercup, Blossom, Camellia, Primrose, Ivy, Daisy, Lilac, Jasmine, Tulip and Snowdrop were assessed by vets on arrival. Unfortunately, Jasmine had an infection from a previous injury that…

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A lucky escape for Brooke


March 8, 2017

WARNING *Upsetting Images* Bransby Horses’ most recent intake, Brooke (pictured) had a very lucky escape thanks to a passer-by, Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue and Rase Vets. Brooke was stuck in the River Till after slipping on the very wet river bank. It is unknown how long Brooke had been in the water, but she was…

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