Flynn, a 20-year-old 15hh piebald cob, was first rescued by Christine Sullivan from a horse sale when he was only six months old. He was incredibly underweight and suffering from a large hernia that was causing him a lot of discomfort. Through her dedication and loving care, Christine nursed him back to health with the hope that one day she would be able to ride him.
Christine and Flynn, together again after 14 years
When Flynn started his training, he began to show sign of distress when ridden that led to unpredictable and potentially dangerous behaviour. Christine contacted Redwings Horse Sanctuary , hoping the charity’s behavioural expert might be able to help.
Following an assessment, Flynn was offered a home at the Sanctuary where Redwings’ specialist behavioural team could help him overcome his handling issues as well as provide him with a home for life where he would not need to be […]