Horse charity ‘looking for new home’
Horse trailer insurance could prove important for companies that regularly need to move their horses around, more so for charities with fewer resources.
Riding for the Disabled Association is searching for new secure sheds and stables for horses within its carriage driving section, This is Wiltshire reported.
Although it has been based for ten years at Manor Farm in West Overton, the charity has to move by the end of the summer.
Other organisations with horses in their care may find equine insurance helps to cover any unexpected costs that may occur, lessening the potential financial impact to a firm.
The landowner has asked the charity to move as he is 75 and wants to ensure it has a secure future, the news resource stated.
Landowner Michael Maude told the publication: “I have loved having the horses here but I am at an age where I have to review my future.”
Meanwhile, equine therapy student Hannah Hunter from Gwernaffield is helping to raise awareness of the Riding for the Disabled Association during her time representing Flintshire in the Miss Galaxy Wales beauty contest, the Leader recently reported.