Henry's Helping Hoof Charity - Emergency Treatment, Rescue and Rehabilitation
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ARC 2 Day Country Fair 
For more information click on the picture below

Sponsorship Packages for the Country Fair and Trade Stand places still available for more information contact Caroline on 07792491854 or email arcfair@henryshelpinghoofcharity.co.uk

Become a member for ONLY £25
Get £2 off all classes except pre-entries.

Members Inhand and Ridden classes at every show, all 1st & 2nd placed competitors from these classes qualify for the members championship that will take place in the evening performance at our June show.

Wild cards may also be given out to members at the judges discretion.
For membership please pm Caroline Howarth

Name, DOB, email address, horses name, breed, age, height.


Anyone wishing to see the pictures from shows at Thompson House,  please click on the Photographer links below:


Martin will post all the albums on this link but he is also set up for Print on the day, please visit his trade-stand during the show to view your photographs.

 


 
 
 
The ARC EQUESTRIAN RESCUE & REHABILITATION CENTRE opened in April 2014. The opening event was held on the 4th May. The centre was opened by Robert Michael of Gillevertvet.
 
 
 
 
 
Please visit facebook and join our group to follow updates at the centre.
 
 
 
*** URGENT RUG APPEAL ***
Surplus rugs, tack or accessories
 
 
Please help the horses this winter,
The neglected and abandoned horses need your help this winter.
 
 
 
 
 
 
Rugs, Head collars, Lead ropes, anything horsey. Old blankets to keep them warm, doesn’t matter what state they’re in. We can collect
 If so please contact Caroline on 07792491854, or email us at Info@henryshelpinghoofcharity.co.uk
 
Thank you to everyone who has already donated.
We rely on the goodwill and generosity of our supporters and the general public.
Please visit our donation page to make a Donation
 
 
 
 
 
Henry Lends Hungry Horse a Helping Hoof
 
When Rachel’s rescue hit the headlines, we came into contact with a charity in the UK called Henry’s Helping Hoof. A small, volunteer run organisation whose sole purpose is to alleviate the pressure on bursting rescue centres by helping any way they can.
  Henry, a miniature horse was once in need of substantial help himself, his owner Caroline Howarth found herself faced with a massive vet bill in the region of £7000, so she and some friends set about doing some fundraising to cover the costs of Henry’s care. The community rallied to raise funds for Henry and eventually the colossal vet bill was paid. So overwhelmed by her communities contributions Caroline Howarth, Alex Harris, Jackie Fairclough and Katie Aspey decided to set up a charity in Prince Henrys name, in order to raise funds for other animals in trouble.
  Two days after Rachel’s dramatic rescue, Caroline got in touch, with an offer of help for Hungry Horse Outside. They donated £500 pounds to help with the horses in our care. We read her message in disbelieve and found it considerably hard to believe, that the work done by Hungry Horse had tugged at the heartstrings of complete strangers in the UK. When the shock subsided, the two charities eventually got to chat and it was decided the folks of Henry’s Helping Hoof would come and visit us in the spring of 2014.
  Time moved on, the drama continued to unfold at the yard, horses/ponies and donkeys continued to come and go as usual. Rachel settled in and was slowly coming around. For the first time since the yard opened it’s stable doors to rescue horses, there was hay in the shed, feed in the store room, we were not continuously worried about the dreaded word “winter”. Then disaster struck, 10 acres of land we had been renting was sold and we needed to vacate it in a matter of weeks. Suddenly worry and panic set in, unsure of what to do, we decided to roof an existing building for shelter so the horses could all come back to the yard.
  To our surprise Henry’s stepped in again, this time with a further £400 to help buy materials for the roof. What do you say to that, people who have never actually met us, believe in our work so much that they felt they should/could help and at present all Hungry Horse can do for them is say thank you! Thank you a million times, Henry’s Helping Hoof Charity are continuously making the lives of so many animals better and each and every one of us should be grateful to them all.
 
written by Nial and Caroline of Hungry Horse Outside
 
 
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