The global pandemic is a frightening time for us all.
Luckily, the horses don’t know it’s happening so aren’t as anxious as some of us are feeling. However, they certainly do know that there’s not a lot going on here. The Spanish lockdown has been very strict and we hadn’t been able to go riding for around ten weeks.
We are thrilled to say that from 31st May 2020, we are now able to offer our day rides. These, as always, must be pre-booked and slots are already filling fast so do get in touch to secure you and your group a time!
31st May 2020
From this date, we are again able to offer day rides so please do get in touch to book your trek.
If you had already reserved and paid for a day trek, don’t worry. We will honour that for 12 months from the date it would have happened.
We can’t guess when the lockdown in Spain will lift for definite. Just get in touch if you should have been here during what’s ended up being lockdown, we can sort something out for the future.
To be on the safe side and accommodate the postponements, we are taking bookings for September and beyond. Our most popular months are March, April, May and October so if you’re looking to visit, book soon or choose dates outside those peak times.
How you can help the horses
One off payment
We have an amazing woman at the helm so we are fortunate to not be in a sinking ship. However, we still have a lot of horses to feed. Everyone is struggling under these conditions and we appreciate that, of course. If you were able to donate in a one-off payment, no matter how little, it will help us a great deal to ensure the horses’ health and the running of the business is able to continue. Click here to choose a horse.
It costs around £100 a month to keep one horse, with feed, feet, medications, supplements and vet bills. From just £5 a month, you can sponsor any of the horses at the ranch. We will send regular updates, personalised, to your email inbox so you can see how they are and how much your contribution goes to helping them and the new rescue friends that arrive regularly. Click here to choose a horse.
We will update this page as things change so feel free to check back, subscribe to our newsletter for email updates, or get in touch.