Horse rescued in Cyprus - is it true?

#1
This seems to be doing the rounds of various horse websites on the internet at the moment, but noone knows if it's a scam or not. Fair enough if it's true - got no problem with it. But if it isn't then I know of a lot of people about to send over a fair bit of cash. So if anyone knows for definite either way, would appreciate the heads up as this is the only place I can think of where folk might be able to validate it or not. Ta :)

http://www.cyprus-mail.com/cyprus/mistreated-horse-lucky-be-alive/20100605

http://www.lep.co.uk/community/plucky_lucky_man_s_bid_to_bring_stallion_home_1_783375

http://sites.google.com/site/luckyappeal/
 
#2
Its true.

He is also the saviour of several hamsters and guinea fowl as well.

Edit:
Good on 'im.
 
#3
Ive just donated via western union. What a noble cause. In my day he would have been denied access to camp bringing animals in. What an angel he truly is.


I will sleep well tonight knowing angels walk on earth.
 
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#4
Sounds like the Bubble way with animals. Best if he doesn`t interfere, it`s their cultural heritage you know.
 
#6
Vickers said: "I arrived home to find a horse that had been dumped at my house".

That'll teach him to p1ss off Vito Corleone.
 
#7
Are the Polo and Riding Stables still running in Happy Valley?

It would make more sense to send him there rather than ship it back to the UK.

As for £2500 for air freight- that's a joke unless he's going to get Ryan Air to move it!
 

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