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Pablo’s Horse Sanctuary Gets Support From HorseHage

Posted by on July 12, 2017 at 5:46 pm

We have teamed up with Pablo’s Horse Sanctuary to support two rescued equines at their centre near Melton Mowbray in Leicestershire. The two animals, Oscar – a 17.2hh Thoroughbred, and Rupert – a 13.2hh Welsh-type pony, will be fed on Mollichaff Condition Complete to help them put on some weight and build up some condition. [...]

Enoch the Therapy Donkey Retires Age 25!

Posted by on June 13, 2017 at 4:48 pm

Over 100 people attended a celebration on 10th June to mark The Donkey Breed Society’s Golden Jubilee and also Enoch the donkey’s retirement at the grand old age of 25, following 17 years of service as a therapy donkey. Although it didn’t stop raining, the event was a great opportunity to bring donkey enthusiasts together [...]

Mollichaff Donkey Continues Sponsorship at Llansawel Show

Posted by on June 8, 2017 at 8:11 am

We are to continue our sponsorship of the donkey classes at the annual Llansawel Show for 2017. The winners of each of the donkey classes will receive a bag of Mollichaff Donkey – a highly palatable, complete feed formulated specially for donkeys and each competitor will also receive a free sample of Mollichaff Donkey for [...]

Donkey Breed Society’s Golden Jubilee Celebration Special Guest

Posted by on May 17, 2017 at 2:34 pm

The Donkey Breed Society will be welcoming a very special guest to its Welsh Members’ Golden Jubilee celebration on the 10th June. Enoch the therapy donkey will take pride of place at the top table in a final public appearance before his well-earned retirement, having made over 250 therapy visits in his lifetime. Over 25-years-old, [...]

The Calming Effect from Mollichaff Complete

Posted by on April 26, 2017 at 5:31 pm

Horse owner, Lynn Proctor, found herself in a dilemma with her 17.2hh Irish Sports Horse mare, Snorty. 10-year-old Snorty, who had previously been evented by Lynn’s son before Lyn took up the reins, struggled to keep her weight on throughout the winter. The summer was no problem as there was plenty of grazing. Snorty’s winter [...]