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Adorable donkey Dotty is our Adoption Star of the Month!
By shopping with Redwings, you're helping us care for our 1,500 horses, ponies, donkeys and mules!
We're celebrating more of your special friends' birthdays in June!
The ‘Best at Appleby’ welfare awards – organised by Redwings and supported by several National Equine Welfare Council members to celebrate examples of equine health, happiness, and horsemanship – are back at this year’s Appleby Horse Fair.
A young supporter has raised over £700 for Redwings after running a sponsored 60 miles!
Eleven-year-old Oliver Phillips decided he wanted to fundraise for us after his mum and dad sponsored Redwings’ Dotty the donkey, who lives at Ada Cole Visitor Centre, for Oliver as a Christmas present.
We would like to thank all those who took part in the draw and made it such a success - and congratulations to our winners!
In our Welfare Corner, Beth Cooper writes about pregnant mares and mares with foals at foot who come into Redwings' care, and why they're so special!
We’re delighted to announce that from Friday 27th May the Redwings Adoption Star birthday parties are back, and you're invited!
Redwings is celebrating after placing 21st in a top 100 'most loved' charities report.
Nicola Knight, Head of Communications and Campaigns at Redwings, said: “We definitely feel the love from our supporters, and I want to take this opportunity to say that the feeling is mutual. We’re extremely grateful to them for all we’re able to achieve for the horses, ponies, donkeys and mules who need us, thanks to them.”
A pony who had an untreated eye injury is recovering in Redwings’ care in Norfolk after having the eye removed.
Pickle, as she has been named, had surgery in our Equine Reception Centre within 24 hours of being signed over to the charity, and whilst still under quarantine conditions.
The collaboration* behind Strangles Awareness Week (SAW) which began yesterday (2nd – 8th May) is at Badminton this week – the biggest five-star eventing competition in the world.
Current champion Piggy March – who is supporting the campaign to raise awareness of strangles and help prevent an outbreak – is coming back to defend her title with bay mare Vanir Kamira.