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        02-12-2013, 04:15 PM
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    OP - It isnt that hard to transport horses from the UK - Prices are low there now and the Gypsy Cob registry might be able to advise
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        02-12-2013, 04:21 PM
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    Got it. I would think looking in equine magazines in the area. Google might help. I wouldn't be surprised, that many of the big Gypsy farms in various European countries, also export to almost every other country. I know that Deirdre from Clononeen in the UK, sends horses all over the world.

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        02-12-2013, 05:24 PM
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    Got it. I would think looking in equine magazines in the area. Google might help. I wouldn't be surprised, that many of the big Gypsy farms in various European countries, also export to almost every other country. I know that Deirdre from Clononeen in the UK, sends horses all over the world.

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    you would think easy!considering crisis in UK that they have 100s of these abandonned and cannot find homes!here I am offering home!And if horse rescue charity was to help, I am willing to donate 500-1000 euro for the right horse safe to be sent.
         
        02-12-2013, 05:26 PM
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    OP - It isnt that hard to transport horses from the UK - Prices are low there now and the Gypsy Cob registry might be able to advise
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    so,i type in google or facebook gypsy cob registry?
    Does anyone know who is charge of the UK cob crisis in UK or Ireland,so I could contact them?
         
        02-12-2013, 05:37 PM
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    There is nobody, ' in charge' of rescued Gypsies in the UK. Every rescue is different. Sometimes they have Gypsies in and other times, other breeds. Remember also, that most rescues, want to be able to visit, the farm or property on which their rescues will be housed. Remember it is incredibly expensive, to import horses. This will not be paid by the rescue, even if they allow a rescue out of the country.

    If you were in the UK and were able to adopt a rescue, after fulfilling all the necessary requirements, it would be a whole lot easier than even trying to adopt one, to be sent abroad. Also, you would have to sign a statement, that the horse you adopt, would never be used for breeding.

    I still think, your best bet is to do the homework necessary, and find someone on the European continent and purchase a horse. Importing/exporting, is no easy task. There is a ton of paperwork and reliable transportation to be done. Also there will be properly identified quarantine stations, which will be used in the different countries and according to law.

    Find someone who is thoroughly knowledgeable about import/export and of course, who have well bred horses, with a known background, DNA'd to the said parents and all their ducks in a row.

    Lizzie
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        02-12-2013, 05:43 PM
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    so,i type in google or facebook gypsy cob registry?
    Does anyone know who is charge of the UK cob crisis in UK or Ireland,so I could contact them?
    The underlined link 'home' in my last post will or should take you to the UK breed registry
    I agree there would be problems trying to adopt a UK horse - though they are getting desperate there now as so many unwanted horses so maybe not so hard as it used to be
    As part of the EU its not so hard to move horses to some parts of Europe now - you'd have to check with DEFRA and your own equivalant authority about that sort of thing.
         

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