Moorcroft continues its outstanding work

Moorcroft Racehorse Welfare Centre at Slinfold in West Sussex is continuing its outstanding work, training former racehorses to go on to a bright future outside racing itself.

This registered charity’s mission is to re-school and rehabilitate former racehorses that have been gifted to it, so that they can have a real chance at a second career.

Thanks to the expertise of highly qualified centre manager, Mary Frances and her hard-working, caring team of girls at the yard, this thriving charity continues to operate to the highest standards. It also has a new team of supportive trustees, familiar with its work, to take it forward into the future

Moorcroft enables more than 40 ex-racehorses a year to be re-homed after after they have been skilfully been retrained, so that they can to caring and suitable people and enjoy active lives outside racing.

A transformed and retrained Goodtime Boy in a past long-reining demonstration at Moorcroft
Photo: Mark Beaumont

This flourishing charity consistently re-homes these horses each year after they have been re-trained for a life after racing.

As a result of generous legacies and donations from its supporters, Moorcroft has been able to bring its facilities up to a very high standard, and has built an indoor school, a hay storage barn, replaced its twenty year old horsebox with a three horse Betfair sponsored box, and work on a new gallery will soon be completed and unveiled.

A BHS Stage 2 Stable Management Course is being held at the Centre.  For more details contact Mary on 07929 666408 or email to book your place.


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