We are currently relocating to Gretna Tasmania. We hope to continue helping brumbies and 4BP in Winter 2018
HELP SAVE A BRUMBY
by smooching a heritage apple tree purchased from Free Settlers you will be helping 4BP save brumbies.
If you haven't already heard Kosciusko National Park (KNP) Brumbies are under threat. A plan to reduce numbers of Brumbies from there thousands to there hundreds is underway in the mountains.
Something has to be done to help rehome, train and integrate these wild horses into the everyday lives of horse loving Australians.
Joe Hughes and his family at 4BP horses have put their heart and soul into rescuing these wild horses.
Mesmerised by Joe Hughes and daughter Lauren's handling of wild horses captured off Kosciusko's National Park on Facebook, Rowena from Free Settlers decided to make the 1000km trip from Tasmania to Belorabram Station outside of Cobar NSW to meet Joe, the brumbies and learn his 4BP horse training technique.
After day 3, as "Daisy" (aka Della) the Kosciusko brumby put her faith and trust in Rowena, there was no turning back. Daisy was coming home to Tasmania. Daisy along with Wilbur who was saved from the doggers in Victoria has created an even greater desire for Rowena and Grant to do more for the Brumbies.
So with the "Smooch a tree campaign" every heritage fruit tree sold in tubestock $5 will go to 4BP to continue their sensational work educating "legends' who step up to help the brumbies and learn Joe's horse handling technique.
Smooch an apple tree is in keeping with Joe Hughes philosophy to get in close to the brumby and show the horse, trust and kindness. We hope you smooch your tree and treat it with kindness, show it no cruelty and know along the way you are helping save a brumby.
Our plant label showing your support helping brumbies with every plant purchased including instructions on how to look after your tree.