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Promised to slaughterhouse, horse saved thanks to generous donor

This rider’s cry for help has been heard. To treat her injured horse and save her from a disastrous fate, Priscilla needed 3,000 euros. An amount she could benefit from thanks to the donation of a generous donor.

Two years ago, the racehorse left France for Malta. It was owned by Priscilla’s father at the time and was then sold to Maltese. But today the resident of Beausoleil, in the Alpes-Maritimes, wants to repatriate her former animal, injured in the leg, in order to avoid the slaughterhouse. A fate from which few broken horses escape.

The 31-year-old young woman then starts a race against time to save the animal. The latter must leave Malta by Wednesday 16 February at the latest. But this rescue has a price: about 3,000 euros. This includes the purchase of the horse, transportation by boat and then truck and operation. But Priscilla does not have the means to pay such an amount and because she does not have a permanent contract, the bank refuses her a loan.

Next Monday February 14th Good morning continued the cry for help from the young woman. A welcome boost since a person has committed himself to the animal. This donor, who wishes to remain anonymous, is from Monaco and will donate the full amount when the horse arrives in Nice.

A very nice gesture!

Posted by Monaco-Matin on Thursday 17 February 2022

After the operation, the horse will join the grounds of the Cheval libre 06 association. On these grounds, he will spend a peaceful and well-deserved retirement.

A gesture of solidarity to be welcomed.

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