The story so far…
Donald came to us as a distressed colt foal, discovered by one of Northumberland County Council’s Animal Welfare Team. He had been abandoned – left tied to the railings of a derelict school, with two other foals, later named Doogie and Marvin.
Their filthy, matted coats barely disguised their skeletal little bodies. Riddled with lice and suffering from a heavy roundworm burden, they quickly lay down together in the deep straw bed, munching quietly on hay. It’s always good for the team at times like this, to know they have found a bit of horsey heaven.
He is a cob with substance, a proper leg at each corner, with good proportions - lovely stamp of pony.
Please join club Donald at Here4Horses.