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  • Caminante and his new home!
    27/03/2014
    Caminante and his new home!

    A lovely update from Julian on the arrival of Caminante. Just a quick update on Caminante. He has settled in really well, as if he has been with us for ever. He is such a sweet and kind boy. Gentle in every aspect and an absolute dream to have as part of our family. Thank you so much for your help in purchasing him and getting him to me. He is now turned out ...

  • Spanish Horses UK would like to share in the good news!!
    12/03/2014
    Spanish Horses UK would like to share in the good news!!

    To see the wind's power, the rain's cleansing and the sun's radiant life, one need only to look at the horse. Author Unknown Horses4Homes is the only charity in the UK which aims to safely rehome horses via its state of the art online application process. The Founder, Tarma Rowles, is passionate about developing  Horses4Homes as a credi...

  • Equus Vita's "Home of the Pearl Gene" really taking shape!
    12/03/2014
    Equus Vita's

    Superb opportunity to purchase a Pearl gene carrying colt! Spanish Horses UK are very excited to announce that a full brother to "Oro" has arrived safe and well and is incredibly gorgeous! Vega, the proud Dam who carries the rare Pearl Gene has been as clever as always in producing a super and very correct colt foal, a full brother to Christine Kershaw'...

  • Pearl of Peace continues his golden rise to fame!
    23/01/2014
    Pearl of Peace continues his golden rise to fame!

    Not content with just appearing in The Mail Online, The Sunday Times and Horse and Rider last month AND having a Facebook following of around 350,000, Pearl of Peace, owned by Christine Kershaw of Equus Vita, will now feature again in the March additions (available now) of "Your Horse" and "Horse Magazine" in the UK.  This horses rise to fame is ...

  • Welcome in 2014!
    02/01/2014
    Welcome in 2014!

    Is it just me or does it seem that each year is passing at a greater speed than the last? Maybe part of the reason it feels this way is due to the fact that here in the UK, our trees were rather defiantly wearing their leaves (though not sure with pride or embarrassment) well in to the last year and so far a mild winter has graced us with no sharp accent of bitter cold (...