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Please, help us to repair the horse float!

$250 of $1,200 goal
Given by 5 generous donors in 4 weeks

Stable to Stirrup Charitable Trust will use raised funds to buy materials and repair the horse float.

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Stable To Stirrup Charitable Trust works with trainers and horse owners to rehome retired standardbred horses. Often we have to transport horses to their foster homes, new homes, and training places.

Trust received a donated horse float that needs repair work done. Very kind people have offered to do repairs free of charge, but Trust has to buy materials - plywood, steel, and paint.

We are asking for donations to cover the costs of materials.

Thank you for your support!

Together we give standardbred horses a life after racing!

About us

Standardbred Stable to Stirrup Charitable Trust rehomes retired standardbred racehorses and educates the public on ex-racehorse welfare.

Use of funds

Funds will be used to buy plywood, steel and paint. If we exceed the target, the funds will be used for the primary care of horses as they always need fresh hay, hard feed and supplements.

Latest donations

Oliver on 26 Jan 2021
Guest Donor
Guest Donor on 14 Jan 2021
Bless your horse loving hearts. 👍
Rachael on 12 Jan 2021
Deanna on 12 Jan 2021
Louise on 12 Jan 2021

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