MANE CHANCE SANCTUARY
Their trust is not our right it is our privilege
Our mission is to rescue and rehabilitate abused, abandoned and old horses, integrating them with the local community.
We regularly host visits from terminally ill children, those with special needs and other underprivileged youngsters fulfilling our aim of helping horses help people.
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We have a passion, a dream, that through the work we do for people in need with our horses, we will be able to “prove the value of the horse as a healer”.
There are over 7000 horses abandoned all over this country, either because people can no longer afford to keep them or because when the Tesco burger scandal happened, the bottom fell out of the quietly existing horsemeat market. Princess Anne took the bull by the horns and suggested a horses’ value would be greater if we changed our culture and added horse meat to our national diet. Of course if a horse is being looked after and fed to fatten it up this makes sense, but it is not something we could possibly support. However the thought behind it caused much in house deliberation and brainstorming.
You can find out more about how we started Mane Chance Sanctuary by watching this video
We rely on the generosity of the public in donating both their time and money in supporting the work of the sanctuary. If you would like to become a Mane Chance volunteer we would love to hear from you, no matter how much or how little time you have to spare.