Horse rescue centre takes equestrian tourism to new level

Written by Horsetalk.co.nz Tuesday, 20 September 2016 11:28
A past volunteer enjoys some one-on-one time with Crystal at the Easy Horse Care Rescue Centre in Spain. A past volunteer enjoys some one-on-one time with Crystal at the Easy Horse Care Rescue Centre in Spain. © Koren Helbig

A horse rescue centre in Spain has come up with an innovative way to help its horses,  and those who want to learn about equine care at a rescue operation.

The Easy Horse Care Rescue Centre in Costa Blanca is offering a handful of eight-week internships, with participants helping cement the operation’s future stability, both by lending a hand with day-to-day equine care and bringing in crucial funds to support facility upgrades.

During the internship, participants will be invited to help care for more than 90 rescued equines, going deeper than being a tourist to make a positive difference at the frontline of animal welfare in Spain.

Easy Horse Care co-founder Sue Weeding said the non-profit rescue centre – located south of Alicante near the township of Rojales – would accept a maximum of just four interns at once, who will be guided through a comprehensive eight-week work and study program designed to teach crucial equine handling and care skills... READ MORE

 


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