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Handibear Hills Horse Sanctuary Inc.  is a 100 acre farm  in South Granville PEI. The Sanctuary is featured in  “Prince Edward Island's book of Musts” as “One of the places you Must See on the Island”.

Thanks to all...

...that have helped this past year, some with physical labour, some with money, some with encouragement and care for the horses.

These are not my words because I could not say them better, so for the New Year...

I Wish For You
Comfort on Difficult Days,
Smiles when sadness intrudes
Rainbows to follow the clouds,
Laughter to kiss your lips,
Sunsets to warm your heart
Gentle hugs when spirits sag,
Friendships to brighten your being,
Beauty for your eyes to see,
Confidence for when you doubt,
Faith so that you can believe,
Courage to know yourself,
Patience to accept the truth,
and love to complete your life.

Love and Hugs Yogi

My life has been enriched by the talents of  my Trailblazers.  Through the years  I have been gifted with many works of art, handcrafts, letters of appreciation.  They have shared their many gifts.  The following is a poem by Kelsey Langille about the horses at the Sanctuary some years ago.  There are not so many at the Sanctuary now, as many have crossed the rainbow bridge.

Ode To The Sanctuary

DOLLY, and HONEY what hroses to be,
what would we do without those sweet peas?
We have Mr. Pergfec, FINALLY's got it all
and the great sweetheart ART, man he is tall!
OBIE, BUNNY, STREETER, SHEENA, and SPRITE,
They're the quiet ones, yeah they are the strong silent type.
FANCY and JAMAICA, now they'r quite the pair,.
drama just follows them everywhere.
DARLING has made a great effort this year,
the best improved pony, that much is clear.
MOCHA's unique outlook was put to good use, I hope she remembers to never downduce.
DANA, the dreamer, GIDGET so smiley,
the one always talking? That would be MOLLY.
BABE,just watches the horses that's be tricking',
by the way babe, what's with the licking'?
SUNDAY so quiet, while PRIZE, well she's not,
MORNING gives everything, all that she's got.
SWEETUMS and BREEZY they are just zooming
While OH OH and GUS are probably cruising
TONY, the llama was born a few years ago,
but can he spit? The answer is no.
DAWSON it's true your'r a real work of art,
This barn and these horses have teken up most of my heart!

Written by Kelsey the summer 2009

 
     
 
 
 
Veterinarians from AVC came out to the sanctuary to teach the Trailblazers how to vaccinate horses.
 
 
   
 
 
 

Location

3919 RTE 231 (known as the  Millvale Road)

Breadalbane PE

C0A 1E0

Contact Email

[email protected] or [email protected].sympatico.ca

 

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  Donations!  
  We need your help! If you would like to make a donation to Handibear Hills you can now make a donation of any dollar amount you wish through PayPal. Any amount is appreciated and will not go unnoticed! Thank-You for your support!

 
     
  Trailblazer's Club  
  The club is supported by members. Kids passionate about horses can join at age 10. Learn More!!  
     
 
 
   
 
 
 
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