Remus Memorial Horse Sanctuary
at Ingatestone Community Centre
To raise much needed funds to keep the Sanctuary afloat
The Remus Memorial Horse Sanctuary
are holding a Massive Sale
August14th 2004
Doors Open 10:00 to 16:00
Stall holders Unloading From 8:30
Refreshments available
Admission Free
Stalls will include
bric-a- brac,
and much more
The increasing costs in forage, bedding, vet fees etc plus the added expense of Horse Passports has plunged the Sanctuary into dire straights.
The recent rescue of horses in distress has also added to our costs plus earlier in the year we were hit with strangles – an infectious equine disease which meant our first Open Day had to be cancelled and also extra veterinary and disinfectant costs etc
Each year our residents become that bit older and therefore in more need of specialised care, special food and regular veterinary attention and medication.
Among those new animals are: -
ROSIE – a little Shetland mare with terribly twisted legs. She was being used as a breeding machine which was putting even more weight and pressure on her twisted joints.
DICKIE – a small pony purchased from a Sale ring. He was suffering from an infectious viral condition and should not have been going through the trauma of sale.
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