You can help Remus Horse Sanctuary in so many ways…
Welcome to Remus Horse Sanctuary in Ingatestone, Essex! 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
Little Ted’s New Shoes
Posted 20th June 2022
Little Ted, one of our Shetland ponies, has been struggling a lot this spring with laminitis and has been extremely sore. Working with our Vet and Farrier we agreed to try plastic glue-on shoes on him as they have helped some of our other horses. Ted is tiny so the shoes are very small, but […]More...
Storm Eunice Update
Posted 10th June 2022
It’s hard to believe now, but Storm Eunice hit the Sanctuary in February of this year. Following on from the devastation it heralded, we had various contractors and volunteers in attempting to fix the extensive damage. Our main concern was the broken fencing and the damaged shelters, as both of these have direct impact upon the […]More...
Enjoy a Cream Tea Fit for a Queen
Posted 24th May 2022
Celebrate the Jubilee with Remus Horse Sanctuary and a Cream Tea on Sunday 5 June. Remus Horse Sanctuary has pledged its support for The Big Jubilee Lunch, which will be bringing the Platinum Jubilee celebrations into the heart of every community this June. The Sanctuary will be bedecked with bunting on Sunday 5 June in […]More...
Interesting Goat Facts
Posted 2nd May 2022
A baby goat is called a ‘kid’. A castrated male goat is called a ‘wether’. An uncastrated male goat is called a ‘billy’or a ‘buck’. A female goat is called a ‘nanny’ or a ‘doe’. Goats are sociable animals and therefore become depressed if they are separated or isolated from their companions, however they are […]More...
Once again we will be participating in the annual Essex Fun Walk, previously known as the John Baron Fun Walk […]
Reading Rooms, Billericay High Street. The meeting will start at 11.15am and finish at 12.30pm with coffee and cake being […]
Join us for our Open Day and Fun Dog Show on Sunday 3 July from 1 until 5pm. Download our […]