You can help Remus Horse Sanctuary in so many ways…
Welcome to Remus Horse Sanctuary! We believe that together, with your help, we can all make a difference and bring an end to horse cruelty. The horse welfare crisis in the UK has been escalating for many years and we want to ensure that, in future, no animal is born to die. We hope you like what you see here and look forward to welcoming you to our family!
Sue Burton, Founder
Show Some Love
Posted 5th February 2016
Show some love this Valentine’s Day with Remus Horse Sanctuary and take advantage of our special offer! Sponsor an animal as a gift for your loved one this Valentine’s and you’ll receive a free cuddly toy horse and valentine’s day badge… all at no extra cost. Our Sponsorship Programme is a vital part of our fundraising […]More...
World Animal Reiki Day
Posted 1st February 2016
Our good friends at SARA – Shelter Animal Reiki Association – will be celebrating World Animal Reiki Day on Friday 5 February and we’ll be joining in with our own activities too. If you would like to join us, please email the Sanctuary for more information and do let us know if you will be […]More...
Rescued Riding School Horses Safe at Last
Posted 26th January 2016
Only a few months after being rescued and rehomed by Remus Horse Sanctuary, the previously evicted ponies from Brook Farm Riding School have settled in and “act like they have always been with us,” says Charity Founder Sue Burton. This came at a time when Remus themselves were financially crippled, the situation only to be […]More...
Winter Chill and Caring for your Horse
Posted 15th January 2016
We’re finally seeing the cold weather we would ordinarily expect for Winter, with probably more to come, here are a few tips to keep yourself safe, make life a little easier and ensure your horse is as warm as can be. Winter Prevention Measures Lag pipes now to help prevent them freezing. Remember to drain out […]More...
Come and join us at Budworth Hall in Ongar for our Big Bargain Sale on Saturday 13 February from 10.30am to 2pm. […]
Would your child, or children, aged 7 to 11 like to join us on Tuesday 16 February from 10am to 3pm? […]
With our animals living much longer we are faced with a variety of issues that need attention to ensure that […]