Starr (left) and Gypsy, a mother and daughter pair have both recently been adopted to the same home in Central Western NSW.
Nugget when he arrived Nugget after just 4 weeks



Tia when she arrived Tia after a couple of months



Thank you to Castlereagh Feeds for raising $1641 for HRA last year
Coming up:
A huge thanks to everyone who helped at the October volunteer day. It was a warm day, but everyone was eager to help and put in a lot of hard work.
Thanks to everyone who donated gear, bought gear, and ran the Fundraising Gear Sale Sunday last May
Tuffys Tubs are raising funds for non-profits, including HRA. See poster or their site for more details
Please note:
HRA can only take in horses for care, treatment, rehabilitation and re-homing that are voluntarily surrendered to it by the authorised owners of the horse, or as provided by organisations with statutory authority (such as the RSPCA, local councils and Animal Welfare League) that have obtained legal title to the horse pursuant to their legislative authority.