A warm-hearted horse, full of fun, mischievousness, curious, engaged and joyous.
Very sadly we have had to say our goodbyes to Jack who was put to sleep on 7th June 2020, we’ll be creating a memorial page to share some of the tributes that people have sent us. Below is the notice we sent out:

We’re Having To Say Goodbye To Jack
It is with great sadness that we are writing to tell you about some bad news we have regarding Jack.
Jack damaged his leg in late February, he had stable rest (which he didn’t much like!) and our vets thought he was a miracle horse, as after many scans and X-rays there didn’t appear to be much damage. Having had a period of time back out with the herd, he had been showing signs of injury and increasing discomfort. We have had the vets back out for more scans which have shown significant damage to tendons and ligaments which are not treatable. It is therefore with a very heavy heart that we have made the best possible decision for Jack and in agreement with our veterinary team will be putting him to sleep. Clearly, at this time we are unable to have a gathering to celebrate all things Jack, but promise we will as soon as the coronavirus restrictions are lifted. With lots of love, Nicky, Alice, Jan & the Herd xx

Thank you so much for your support in working with me through this, it's been an amazing journey - I feel so much lighter.”


After the accident the world was a different place for my son, thank you for giving us back our little boy.”


I went to see the family last night and I was really pleased with the progress, thank you so much for your hard work.”

Family Therapist