Rescued just in time

For some months ARCH had been in touch with Juan (names changed to protect identities) who was feeding and watering a pretty bay mare. She was tied permanently to a tree and her alleged owner only visited her occasionally so she was always thirsty and hungry. Juan...
Thank You!

Thank You!

We have received some great donations recently from a mixture of fund-raising events. At the beginning of October the ramblers held a Horse and Hound sponsored walk around Los Llanos in Coin and we were subsequently presented with 900 very welcome euros for the Centre...

What does it mean to work at a rescue centre?

Our hard-working volunteer Leon recently wrote the following, which resonated with everyone involved in our charity work.  We thought we would like to share it with everyone. It is sad, because every day we are reminded of the cruelty and indifference of humans. It is...
Designed by Jordan

Designed by Jordan

Our new t-shirts are providing ARCH with much-needed exposure and are proving very popular. We may have to start printing some more, particularly in children’s sizes! Jordan Wood, who is studying Law at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, heard about the competition...

Keeping up the fight for Justice

Every month we are approached to help with alleged cases of abuse. And, no matter how much we wish to help, we are often frustrated by the systems involved.  October was no exception. First there was the case of several horses reportedly starving and kept in a ditch...
Raising our profile

Raising our profile

The Centre was visited recently by representatives from the European Equine Welfare Association which has been formed in Finland. They were interested to hear about the welfare problems of equines in Spain as most of their work to date has been in Portugal. ARCH...