A six-year-old pony called Boyd is on the search for a home after intensive rehabiliation at Blue Cross rehoming centre in Rolleston has finally paid off. Boyd was one of a number of horses rescued from a farm in South Wales in April 2011. All were severely underweight and Boyd also had a matted lice infested coat. He had not experienced much contact with people so was very nervous and frightened when he arrived.
Kath Urwin, Blue Cross Centre Manager said: “We have put in a lot of time to help Boyd gain confidence and become the healthy, happy horse he is today. We are delighted that our efforts have developed him into a wonderful horse and hope to see him finally settled in a home of his own soon.“
Boyd is looking for a home as a non-ridden compantion to another horse. He would like to continue his training in his new home. As with all Blue Cross horses, Boyd will be rehomed on a monitored and supported loan scheme, Blue Cross will reimburse his annual vaccinations, dental and health check along with provide his first years worming programme.
Blue Cross helps over 40,000 sick, injured and unwanted pets every year. If you can help a homeless horse like Boyd or would like more information about the horses at the Rolleston-on-Dove centre please call 0300 777 1520 or visit www.bluecross.org.uk.