With all these horses to feed the farm goes through 2 tons of food a week! Volunteer fees assist in covering the costs of grain.
Volunteers work closely with the horses daily. In addition to feeding and grooming, maintenance includes dipping for tick prevention, farrier visits, and making sure everyone is healthy.
Everybody's favorite day! Enjoy the South African style of barbeque with German sausage, pork rashers, farm raised beef steaks, salads, and pap and gravy!
Even though it started with the horses, the farm is host to chickens, donkeys, pigs, peacocks, geese, sheep, and the occasional owl. Volunteers that stay for a longer period of time and have some experience can work with some of the younger horses.
Volunteers come from all over the world and stay in a flat on the farm. The work day starts at 7am and typically finishes around 5pm.
Visit nearby game reserves to catch some of Africa's wildlife
The horses still need your help and support. Every little bit helps.
We have footage from the Rehab Relay posted and also an article from the Daily Dispatch featuring Georgie and Penny from Cintsa Horses and the New Hampshire Rescue and Rehabilitation Centre!