CYNDERS WAY (Cindy)
We were approached by the owner of a local livery yard to see if we would take a former racehorse that had come into her care. Cindy was not in a good way, she had been bought from the horse sales to save her from the meat man. Having had a foal the mare was seen to be of no use once it was weaned.
The livery yard owner intervened and Cindy came into New Beginnings carrying little condition and with an ulcer on her leg. Given time and a considerable amount of care Cindy gained weight and the ulcer on her leg healed. She progressed really well and now re-homed Cindy is enjoying her life with a lady who loves her. The two of them enjoy nothing more than hacking together around the country roads.
DR JAMESON (Doc)
Doc had enjoyed some success in his racing career with a win at Beverley, placed second twice and third once. His last race was in December 2009.
Doc had been rehomed straight from racing to a very experienced lady; unfortunately she was unable to keep him and she found him a new home. Sadly, after three weeks the new owners were unable to manage him and contacted us.
Doc was initially challenging as he would not stand near the mounting block and often panicked when being mounted. It appeared Doc liked something going on, having been used to being on a busy yard and worried if it was too quiet. Time and care helped him adapt and he has now found a great new home, is loving life and enjoying his second career.