Bransby Horses is a leading equine welfare charity which reaches some of the most challenging and needy individuals across the country.
The primary aim of Bransby Horses is the welfare and well being of horses. We have a dedicated welfare team that look after all the needs of the horses here to ensure the best quality of life for every animal.
Always concerned about the welfare of horses, Mr Hunt rescued his first horse Sally in 1947. Sally a 4-year-old mare was being kept on a bombsite in South London. She was broken in at 18 months and was used to pull logs from a spinney. Sally was found tearing around a yard with a tyre round her neck after the furniture van she was kept in had overturned in a storm.
Mr Hunt rescued her for £14 and rented a stable for her for 2/6 a week. When Mr Hunt moved to Bransby to start the charity Sally came with him. One of the first horses rescued by the charity was a blind grey mare called Faith. Sally and Faith became firm friends.
1968 by Mr Peter Hunt (1932-2010)
Cowdale Lane, Bransby, Lincoln, LN1 2PH, United Kingdom