Corrie, who came to us in February in a dreadful state, often too weak to get up unaided, has been in foster with our lovely supporter Tina Roscoe. She has spent the summer chilling out and eating and, as you can see from the new photo, she is a different horse. Gone are the jutting hip bones and the skeleton-like ribs. Corrie is hopefully going to a special home together with several other rescues from the Centre, to join Izcar (also rescued from the same abusive dealer) and live an undemanding life in a finca with plenty of space to roam. She is a great favourite with everyone at ARCH and we wish her every happiness in the future.