Welcome to our online shop. All proceeds from the sales of our fundraising products go directly towards the feeding and care of our rescued horses, ponies and donkeys. Thank you for your support.
You can also see a range of homewares, clothing and accessories featuring artwork donated exclusively to our rescue centre here.
Help us feed our rescued horses, ponies and donkeys by donating €5 – enough to buy one bale of quality alfalfa hay.
Help us buy the specialist Fast Fibre horse feed that our many horses who have suffered abuse and neglect need to stay healthy. Just €18 buys an entire bag.
Feed a rescued horse for an entire month by donating €50, enough to cover all their alfalfa hay needs.
Beautiful tapestry cushion cover.
Compartment makeup case compactly designed to store cosmetic accessories and fit in your handbag for everyday usage.
An eco-friendly alternative to plastic grocery bags.
Compact and eco-friendly, this piece opens up to provide ample space for your shopping trips and folds away for easy storage in your handbag.
This shopper bag is sturdily made for a busy day at the shops; with ample room provided for your goods.
A nifty tapestry satchel cross body bags, perfect for everyday use.
Our casual backpacks are functional which makes it a brilliant choice for travel, office, work, school or college. They are compact sized making it a fantastic day-to-day bag.
Spacious and sturdy, this tapestry shoulder tote bag/college bag ensures you’ll always travel in style.
A great addition to your travel collection, this tapestry travel bag is courteously designed to provide ample room as a weekend bag, sports bag or gym bag.
Tapestry travel bag designed to contain plenty of storage for your travels, this holdall proves to be an ideal choice as a travel companion.
The tapestry pull holdall travel bag is fantastically designed to make travelling away an efficient and easier experience.
Our limited edition 2020 fundraising calendar features 13 beautiful full-color photos of our rescued horses, ponies and donkeys. Photography kindly donated by Elaine Warnock. 13 pages, A3 size when open.