FACILITIES FOR OUR RESCUES
The Wet Nose Equestrian Centre is a new Unit of Wet Nose Animal Rescue Centre, brought about by the necessity of rescuing horses, donkeys and farm animals in despair.
Wet Nose started rescuing horses a few years ago, but in October 2019, we were finally able to start our very own Equine Rescue Centre with a stable yard and proper facilities for our rescues. With our new facility we are able to take better care of our animals as well as take advantage of new facilities in order to generate some of the much needed income for our rescues. Join us on our rescue mission and support these ventures and in so doing you will be helping us to continue rescuing animals in despair for many years to come.
BE A HERO
DO THE RIGHT THING
Becoming a stable sponsor means that you donate a monthly amount, whatever you can afford, and it goes towards the upkeep of one of the horses in our care. You will be assigned a stable and your name will go up as that horses sponsor. You will receive regular feedback on the horse currently in your stable and not only become a Sponsor Hero, but also a part of our equine family. Your monthly contributions are even tax deductible and you may request a Section 18A tax certificate when needed.
All donations are appreciated, however, being a stable sponsor means that we know how much will be coming in at the end of the month and we can budget the Equine Rescue Centre accordingly, making this the best possible way to assist.
Other Sponsorship Opportunities
Various sponsorships options are available for sponsoring arena’s, benches, shelters, paddocks etc. where your company name can be displayed and will be of value not only to our rescue horses, but also to your company in terms of showing others that you care. To find out more about a mutually beneficial sponsorship, contact Kobus at firstname.lastname@example.org
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Send completed form to Kobus at email@example.com
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Volunteers are always welcome at Wet Nose.
You do not have to be a horsey person to volunteer at our Equine unit as there are many other things that we need help with. Whether it is cleaning paddocks, stables, grooming horses, making the garden pretty or even doing some painting of paddock poles, there is always something that needs to be done.
Our rescue darlings also love to be treated with carrots and apples, so don’t forget the treats!
Our quaint little coffee shop is nestled in the shade of the premises our Equine Unit. Sit on the stoep while watching the horses play or come and volunteer at Wet Nose and take a break at the Coffee Shop. You can even take a dog for a walk and allow him to join you for a special dog treat at the shop.
This is also the ideal location to enjoy a braai and spend the day with us. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and pricing
All equine enthusiasts know how expensive tack can be. Come and browse our second hand and new tack available while you pay us a visit to see what horses are available for adoption.
Our Equine Centre has a tuck shop available for those thirsty moments. Come and visit us or volunteer and there will be an ice cold drink and a snack available for you.
The proceeds from all the shops go straight to the Wet Nose Rescue Animals… so shop till you drop!
THE PERFECT FACILITY
WHY YOU SHOULD STABLE YOUR HORSE AT WET NOSE?
Our horses are out all day in the fields or camps with loads of grazing, or in paddocks with large stables that are cleaned daily. We provide thick bedding which is replaced weekly. All our grooms have had intensive training. If you like to go on outrides, we have a lot of safe outride space and you can even take your horse for a swim in the dam.
Best of all is we have a Vet and a Clinic on the premises that can assist in an emergency, plus there is 24 hour care as our grooms live right in the middle of our Equine Centre.
Facility’s at Wet Nose Stables:
OUR EQUESTRIAN CENTRE
Equestrian Centre & Farm Yard Manager
Equestrian Centre & Farm Yard Veterinarian
The best Equine Dentist in the world!
HELP US HELP THEM
Wet Nose rescued this baby donkey who had been left lying next to the road for a week with a broken leg. She had been hit by a car and no-one reported it.
She suffered unnecessarily, not only from pain but also from hunger and dehydration. Don’t wait a week, inform us so that we can help.
A pin location is the best way to help us get the rescue fast and effectively!!!!!
BASIC GROOM TRAINING COURSE