Alice in Sagoland

A dream life for our Alice

 

This is HHO Alice, it’s so wonderful seeing how far she’s come since we took her in.

As you can see she is loving her new life across the world in the beautiful country of Sweden.

We only wish the best for her in her new home, as we do for all our rehomed horses, ponies, and Donkeys.

Let’s keep up the good work, and continue to help Ireland’s precious equine.

Thanks to all our supporters

 

Fodder Crisis Ireland

THANK YOU TO OUR GERMAN FOLLOWERS

 

As many of you are aware HHO run an extremely successful European Rehoming Programme for Ireland’s unwanted, forgotten, abandoned and abused equines. Well, some of our European supporters have read of the fodder crisis in Ireland and the rising costs of hay and haylage. It’s creeping higher than it has been in years.

After us posting several times about struggling to source and indeed pay for fodder for our 150 plus ponies, Richy took it upon herself to fundraise, order and organize delivery of a full lorry load of Haylage for the HHO ponies. The reality is we use six to seven bales a day, some weeks more due to our external feeding programme, almost a lorry load a week, this lorry load cost €2000 and will last the ponies hopefully 9-10 days, you can only imagine the pressure we feel to keep fodder stocked. €2000 euro every 10 days…. so you can only imagine how excited and grateful we were to Richy for organizing and fundraising this load.

Thank you so much to everyone who supported Richy’s campaign, we are totally overwhelmed by your support. Such practical and desperately needed help and to have Richy and friends fly from Germany to oversee the delivery has been amazing. We always, always, always need projects like this so if you would like to really help why not consider doing the same thing??

Thanks Again Guys

 

Sathya Sai

An update on our donkeys from other days as it turns out we have 3 very old ladies in their late twenties early thirties we needed sanctuary for them fast, And big thanks to Sathya Sai Donkey Sanctuary in Sligo for making space straight away.
Look at the ladies being greeted at their new home, it really would melt hearts to see these animals getting all the love they deserve.

PLEASE SUPPORT THEIR WORK

http://www.donkeys.ie/

From little acorns

It doesn’t seem so long ago we were reporting about a little 6 week old foal being thrown over our wall. So fragile and small, needing round the clock care and his little body battered and bruised from the impact.

It’s hard to believe that over a year has passed and our little Maple has blossomed in to a stunning young man, full of happiness and confidence. Loving each day of his life. Maple immediately captured all our hearts at HHO, he was the little one who no matter how your day was brought a smile to our faces.When Maple recovered and was strong enough he was offered for adoption and his perfect family found him.
Maple left us just over 3 weeks ago and we think you’ll agree he seems to have found his hooves with Isabel and her family in Germany. 

We’re so proud of how far he has come and we look forward to watching him develop over the coming years. Every late night and bottle feed was worth it.

 

Just Foaling around

Fun and Frolics for the HHO Mares and Foals.

What more could you possibly ask for our own little beauties, happy, healthy and ready to move on to their next chapter in life?

To watch them in action now and to recall their stories only a few short months ago, it is difficult to imagine they were once cast aside like rubbish, rejected by their so called owners and left to die. We can’t even describe how wonderful it is to watch them just have fun. The little foals will never know the misery their mothers endured. We’re so in love with them all

Help the little ones

Merrylegs

So here it is. At the moment we have about 60 Shetlands, small ponies, from 9hh-12hh in size. The re homing applications are sparse for the little ones . We’ve been really racking our brains on how to put a plan together to find our little ones new loving homes.
We’ve come up with a possibility, we’d like to train the little ones to improve their chances. We want to help show they can be not just good ponies but great ponies.

 

Felim

We cannot do this alone with so many other horses and ponies in our care, this is something we would have to get some outside help with, we’re appealing for your help. Each pony trained will cost between 300-400 euro. Money we just don’t have. However, we would still like to proceed.

 

What we’re asking? 

For you and a group of your friends to get together and sponsor the training of one pony. For every individual to donate €5 or €10 to help start the next step of their journey.

 

Annie

We’ll of course keep you updated on their training, we need to be proactive, positive and work together to get them all home .

You can donate via paypal hungryhorseoutside@gmail.com

Please mark payments training project.

Also don’t forget to keep an eye on our Godparent programme being launched over the next week.

 

 

We can’t do this without you.

Lucy’s progress

A little while ago we brought you Lucy’s story, how this beautiful little mare was struggling to keep herself alive as well as her unborn foal. We were frustrated, angry and upset by the state this girl was left in. We’ve been working round the clock for Lucy and her foal and here are a few snaps as showing her progress. Whilst we’re still a little worried about her pending foal we’re delighted to see how much weight she has put on and how she has responded to treatment. The future looks bright for Lucy! Well done Lucy!!!!!
A massive thank you to everyone who got behind Lucy and helped save this broken soul. To the German friends who sent colostrum for the baby, food for Lucy, vitamins and minerals for her. Thank you for believing in her , we’ll keep you all updated when we finally meet her foal!

Neglected horse's progress

New Charity Shop and Education Centre

Hungry Horse Outside are delighted to announce we will be opening a 2nd hand shop and Education Centre in the heart of Longford Town, we have been working for months in the background to secure a suitable premises and finally with the help of two local business people, we found and secured the perfect venue.
We are hoping to be up and running in about 1 month, All profits from the shop will be returned to help with the care and rehabilitation of the hundreds of horses, ponies, donkeys, mules and even doggies and cats we help each year. With winter looming, our most difficult months are just around the corner and we’re hoping with your support we can ease at least some of the financial woes the charity experiences during the dark, wet, cold months

Sooooooo now we need your help!!! (Please)

WHAT WE REALLY NEED:
Good quality, clean clothes and shoes,
Bags and accessories.
Jewellery,
Books,
Cd’s and DVD’s
Homewares,
Soft furnishings,
Toys,
Furniture,
Bric a Brac
Horseware, saddles, bridles, rugs, girths, bits, headcollars etc

So if you are having a clearout, please consider donating the above to our project, your house will be decluttered and you will make a huge differences to the lives of Ireland’s forgotten animals.