Easy Horse Care Rescue Centre

Our mission is to rescue and rehabilitate abused, neglected and abandoned horses, ponies and donkeys, while campaigning for the better treatment of animals across Spain. We are a no-kill foundation and provide each rescued animal with a safe and loving sanctuary – either here at our centre or via rehoming – for the rest of their lives.

Easy Horse Becomes a Foundation

Easy Horse Becomes a Foundation

Sue and Rod Weeding the founders of The Easy Horse Care Rescue Centre (EHCRC) are delighted to announce that they have signed the deeds for a foundation. The rescue centre is now officially called: “Fundación Easy Horse Care Rescue Centre”. This means that they can now become even more serious players in the world of horse rescue and animal welfare. Not just locally but across Spain, collaborating and working together with the Spanish local and national governments, as well as lobbying at the European Parliament.
Sue has recently travelled to London and met with Baroness Mallalieu, the chairperson of the All Party Parliamentary Group for horses. Speaking with her at the palace of Westminster before going in to Prime Ministers Question Time, Sue got some time to tell the Baroness all about the work they are doing in Spain and her plans for campaigning for better horse welfare. “She was very interested in the work we do as she lobbies for horse welfare in the EU and so her goals are very similar to ours and she has said she will help and advice us in any way she can.”
Rod and Sue have gifted their premises to the foundation and are happy in the knowledge that they have permanently secured the horse rescue centres future. Thus ensuring it will always be a permanent home for the rescued horses and other animals that live there of which there are currently 51 horses, ponies and donkeys. This will also serve as the main rescue centre and head office as this is just the beginning. There will be a second rescue centre opening very soon at Villa Vera. More centres will follow.
Excitingly there are many new professional people now joining the team bringing with them invaluable skills that are needed in creating a successful organisation. This will ensure the continuous growth of the EHCRC Foundation and ultimately achieving our aim of eliminating the suffering and abuse of horses across Spain.
There are many exciting things happening within the foundation over the next few weeks; we will continue to update you.

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