Over the past few years, we are glad to have noticed a trend towards returning to more natural methods in what concerns horses and their care. It is a promising development because in this way we allow their bodies to understand the differences in their environment and adapt in the most appropriate way.
How many of you clean your horse’s hooves every day? Daily cleaning of hooves is necessary because equines collect so much dirt and objects in their feet which can cause serious problems if not prevented.
Our little Greek stallion is growing and needs a new prosthetic. In the following video Phoebus tries on his new prosthetic and his joy is contagious!
Late on Sunday night, we were notified by Nikos Mouzakis, a friend of ESPI, that there was a stray horse in Pikermi. The horse, a 2.5 year old stallion called Panos, had broken his halter from where he had been tied up and was running free on the streets. We rushed to the location and […]
On October 23, 2015, volunteers from HSEW went to Schisto, Korydallos, to examine the case of three stray horses, about which we had been notified. From the information we had, the horses had been wild and free for about three years already, which is why we asked Stavros Steve Vergis-Horse Trainer and valuable supporter of […]