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The British Horse Society

South Essex Insurance Brokers have donated a newly built, custom made Oakley
two horse lorry to the British Horse Society Rescue Centre.

Transport is essential to the work of the BHS in rescuing neglected or
severely abused horses and ponies. "We need to be able to go and pick up a
rescue case at short notice", said Kerstin Alford, BHS head of welfare.
"Having our own lorry means that valuable time will not be lost in treating
the pony. Often a few hours can make the difference between life and death
for these poor creatures. We are delighted that South Essex is helping so

The lorry will also be used for essential trips to the veterinary hospital,
as well as for the journey to the new home once the horse or pony has been
nursed back to health.

In addition to this essential transport, the vehicle will serve as a
promotional roadshow, allowing the welfare team to attend shows and events
to publicise the vital work of the BHS, and to raise the very necessary

The current star of the rescue centre is Caspar, a tiny Shetland pony. Now
fully recovered, he regularly attends fund raising events, proudly pulling
his little cart and giving rides to delighted children.


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