“One bitterly cold winter day back in 2013, a small group of abandoned, starving horses were rescued from a field in Fife, a peninsula located in eastern Scotland. With little food or shelter from the harsh elements, they would not have lasted much longer.
Ten-month-old Lucas was one of the horses that was saved. He was still nursing from his mother, India, at the time. India was in horrible shape herself – emaciated, with another foal on the way! They were all rushed to World Horse Welfare’s Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre to receive the care they needed.
After regaining his health and receiving training, two-year-old Lucas was adopted by Colleen. Here, he continued receiving training and now will be competing at the Royal Windsor Horse Show.
Colleen was recently surprised and honored to find out that her Lucas was going to be the model for an extremely famous sculpture – forty sculptures actually – on the World Horse Trail. World Horse Welfare’s “World Horse Trail” is made up of two trails that will be displayed at various locations across the UK.