After finishing university in Armidale I was left with a dilemma. Archie, my lovely, but illness prone 5yo thoroughbred was just recovering from a bout of stomach ulcers and moving him back into a stabled environment in Sydney immediately was just going to cause both of us stress. I've known Soo for years and considering her recent move down to the Southern Highlands, thought it might be a nice idea to send Archie on a short one or two month holiday to Eureka before bringing
I believe there’s a reason for most things, and meeting Soo and the herd at Eureka happened just at the right time. Bella has been in my life for 9 years and had been with the same herd for most of that time. A year or so ago, I moved her away to a new place and brought in Jack to keep her company. They were sublimely happy together in their own space, but we found ourselves suddenly in need of a new home due to circumstances beyond our control. We needed to act quickly a
We moved our two young horses to Soo’s property and couldn’t be happier with the individual care and attention they receive. Soo has an intuitive way with horses, is very attuned to all of the horses on her property and communicates any concerns so we can be confident they are getting the best care. I cannot recommend Eureka Horse Wisdom highly enough as it's a place of calm and happy horses who thrive under Soo's watchful eye."
In September of 2014 I found my sweet appaloosa mare 'Luna' on a Facebook page that was advertising horses for their last chance at life, before being processed for dog food. Luna was the last horse left and only 2 days shy of being killed. There was something about her sad demeanour in her photos that I couldn't shake. I acted quickly and she was picked up with one day left before she was meant to meet her end. Once she was safely transported from QLD to NSW I searched and s