This is a list of archived newsletters for 2017 August 2017 Amber’s Story July 2017 June 2017 May 2017 April 2017 March 2017 February 2017 January 2017 You can also request that we send you the the 2016/2017 Annual report.
A tragedy unfolded in Epping on 24 August 2017 when a horse and cart were hit by a passing vehicle mere blocks away from the Cart Horse Protection Association offices. A normal morning at our clinic ended in heart break for our staff members and cart horse owner Darren. He […]
On a chilly Tuesday morning the fundraising team, Karin Paschen and Marike Kotze together with the R&R team set up to host our Mandela Day Volunteers. The legion of tasks for the unsuspecting volunteers had been decided on beforehand and there was a lot to be done in a short […]
Keen to help our working equines on the Cape Flats? Why not join the Stable Yard Challenge during the month of October and hold a small fundraiser at your yard and become heroes for horses!
Most of the accidents that our horses and carts are involved are in fact caused by motor car drivers! Not only do cart-horse drivers have every right to be on the roads, they have right of way. There is a very good reason for this. Just as on the ocean, […]
Right now, millions of donkeys from Asia, Africa and South America are at risk of being stolen and slaughtered for their skins – the gelatin in the hide being a key ingredient in the prized traditional Chinese medicine called ejiao (e-gee-yow). A new report by The Donkey Sanctuary UK reveals […]
Earlier this year a celebrity was spotted at CHPA when she came to visit to show her support for our work. She follows us closely and will be doing her best to spread awareness for working cart horses. Philippa Johnson became the first South African rider to win gold at […]
Rokpa International is a relief organisation, based in 17 countries doing over 100 different projects. Rokpa is Tibetan for “Help”, and our motto is “help where help is needed”. In 2004 Zan’s horse, Ziggy Stardust received a long life blessing from her spiritual teacher, Dr. Tulku Akong Rinpoche. In 2010 […]
The Management Committee and staff would like to invite you to attend our Annual General Meeting where we will report back on our work for the year 01 April 2016 – 31 March 2017 and share our goals and dreams. We are very lucky to have Jonathan Sherwin as […]
In September, pregnant cart horse Queenie was involved in a motor vehicle accident, and sustained lacerations to her chest and two facial fractures. She was put on ‘sick leave’ and with regular veterinary care, she healed perfectly. Queenie had us all fooled, in November last year she was huge and […]