RRC is in need of caring people to sponsor our horses. Sponsors help offset the cost to care for our horses. The Racehorse Rescue Centre has a number of horses and ponies which will stay at RRC for the remainder of their lives and rely solely on donations for their care. Some of the needs of our horses can be quite costly and having more that one Sponsor is a great gift!
Please consider being a sponsor for one of our wonderful horses. (Horses may have more than one sponsor) Please be aware horses are re-homed but RRC keeps ownership. If your horse is rehomed your sponsorship will support other horses here at the Centre and allow us to continue monitoring all horses still in our care.
To become a sponsor:
Is a 16.3h mare 9yrs. old who came to us in 2012. She helps with our Freedom To Ride programme allowing the community and disadvantaged groups free access to horses
Is a 16.2h TB 21yrs old gelding born in New Zealand who retired from a successful UK racing career in 2005 and was with his new owner since then. He did local shows and hacking out then unfortunately in 2010 he became too ill …..
Is a 16.1h TB 4yrs old gelding and he has a lovely temperament and very laid back. He was a flat racer and tried on hurdles. He will stay at RRC to help nervous riders help build up their confidence and be part of our “introduction to horses” program.
Red Ryan (Prince) was the foal of Ignition and was also rescued with the help of Facebook members. Born 2010 chestnut colt, was very frightened, not been handled by anyone. but is now settling down at RRC and walks in hand after only being at RRC for a month
This beautiful boy is appropriately named Teddy. He loves cuddles and has one of the sweetest
Is a Falabella pony that came to us overweight and loves to chase the ex racehorses around the paddock, keeping them fit while helping improve his condition. Read more…
Switch was Wayne Rooney’s former racehorse, Switcharooney. He was rescued by the Racehorse Rescue Centre after he needed treatment for a serious
Tizer, the horse rescued with the help of Facebook members has been re-homed with one of our volunteers, Becca. She has settled in well at her new home. Becca, fell in love with Tizer, while working at the Centre and played a big part in rehabilitating her.
Tizer, will go on supporting the horses here at the centre by using her images to raise funds.