Pudding the fictional Shetland pony was created to represent the many equines rescued by Bransby Horses every year. You can get to know Pudding and our wonderful charity through her educational storybooks, activities and teaching resources available on this page.
Say Hello to Pudding
Pudding just loves going on an adventure and you can join her. Find out what Pudding gets up as you set off together for a fun filled journey.
Pudding is back with another thrilling adventure. A cheerful family on a carefree picnic meet Pudding in a mischievous mood…what could possibly go wrong?
Enjoy this latest fictional story with an important educational message, inspired by real-life events.
Come along with Pudding on this exciting adventure. A fun and great way to spend time with your child.
Bring your picnic blankets and join us in our picnic area for a special story telling event! Throughout the summer we will be reading our very own Pudding’s Picnic Panic, followed by ‘Sugarlump and the Unicorn’.
Make sure you check out our Facebook page for the latest dates and join us to find out what Pudding has been getting up to.
In 2018, Ariel was found with a group of horses, they had no food and were in a field which was 90% underwater.
‘Ariel was cold and hungry and very weak if she had been left any longer she would have died. I have no idea how she was stood upright and had not collapsed.’ Donna, Field Officer.
This year, more than any other, we need your support.
There are so many ways you can help us continue our rescue, rehabilitation, welfare and education work. Without you, we simply wouldn’t be here. Your generosity, kind words and thoughtful encouragement is always received with heartfelt gratitude.
Now more than ever, your support makes such a difference. Whatever support you give.
Family, community and all of us pulling together to support one another has never been more important. The team here at Bransby Horses wanted to create an extra special story to inspire young minds about the importance of caring for animals.
We have developed some resources to help schools share this educational adventure and teach one another about how we can care for equines. Together we can make a difference to the lives of equines.