Thursday, September 20 2018 by Editor
By Britney Grover In the equestrian world, horses have a cousin far too often overlooked: equus asinus, or donkeys and burros. Mark and Amy Meyers were once among the many who didn’t know anything about donkeys, but taking in just one 20 years ago has turned into saving the lives of over 10,000 and leading
By Ashleigh Brown, Welfare assessment advisor for the Brooke, an international equine welfare charity It’s hot, dusty and crowded. It feels like a hundred pairs of eyes are on me as I examine the desperately thin and despondent horse in front of me. People stare in curiosity at the never-before-seen presence of a farangi (white
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George is a miniature donkey stallion, 14-15 years old. He does need to be gelded but is gentle when handled.