Amanda is a country girl at heart and lives in Canberra. She met Kazz at her first high tea for HHH and loved the idea of rescuing the big heavies.
She got talking to Kazz and asked if she needed help with giving the horses a bit of TLC and grooming etc. She gave Kazz her number and that was that.
She is able to go and visit on the weekends and other days that she has off. Her first introductions were to Zen and Charlie they have since gone on to find great new homes.
She loves horses - and getting to hang out with them is just perfect for her – so when Kazz asked if she would like to join the HHH Committee she agreed straight away.
"Seeing the horses come in as downtrodden sad souls, not sure what is going to happen to them – then they get lots of love and attention and care that they need – and eventually they come out of their shells - you see the potential that was always there and know it was worth all the hard work."
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Emily has loved horses all her life.
She attended Tocal Agricultural Collage and studied Equine Science at Charles Sturt University.
Emily Thoroughly enjoys working with horses and has a special affinity for the "damaged" personalities, hoping to encourage them back to good health and mind.
Em and her ever growing herd are based in Yass, NSW and she looks forward to helping current and future HHH Guests find their forever homes.
"There's something extremely special when you see the life come back into a horse's eyes" - Em
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Vicki is a mum of one, nanny of four, who works full time in the Public Service. She can't really remember a time when she didn't have horses, she grew up with them around her, went through the pony club route, and spent many years successfully competing and showing mainly with Australian Stock Horses. She also competed in various events including jumping, sporting events and hack and rider classes.
Her family has owned lots of different sizes and breeds of horses, including a couple of Clydesdales and a Shire, but she currently has just the one little pony for her grandchildren to ride.
She became involved with HHH because she believes in their vision, has a soft spot for heavy horses, and also because everyone involved with the organisation is in it for the right reasons.... the welfare of the horses.