On the evening of 10th October 2016, we got a call from a local man who was vigilant enough to notice a young foal in Clonburris Little, Clondalkin (South County Dublin), that was injured very badly. Our volunteers arrived on the scene at about 8pm, found the 2 month old liver chestnut foal and got him safely into our horse box and en route to a vet.
Our vet, who we named the young foal after, Enda, treated him ASAP. He has gashes and wounds that will require intensive treatment and we are yet to determine the exact cause of the wounds. He is now safe at our rescue centre and will receive intensive care from our volunteers and vet.
We currently have 6 foals on our farm. They were all born on our farm in a quiet, safe and peaceful environment. All our mares and foals were vet checked...
Chestnut pony. DOB 2016. Good to catch, lead and handle. Good with others.More Info on