The mare in the photo below is Bonnie, who lives in an animal shelter.
The tiny fawn is a newborn – her mother had given birth nearby and was struggling to fend off two coyotes, ready to take advantage of her post-natal weakness.
That’s when Bonnie intervened, protecting the newborn fawn until the deer managed to move the coyotes on.
It’s a heart-warming story – a mare that shows the same kind of compassion, heroism and courage that we usually forget is animals just as much as it is in humans. A beautiful thing to see.
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Beautiful Indoor And Stable Complex In Harkaway
This gorgeous stately equestrian complex is one of our most impressive EquinaBuild projects yet. The complex is designed in traditional style, finished off with stone pillars and timber stained doors enhancing the overall look.
The indoor arena is the full dressage size of 61 x 21 meters. It is curtained with timber kickrail, giving a designer feel to the arena.
The attached stables are linked by a continuation of timber cladding over the steel giving the building a boutique air.
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Stunning Indoor in the heart of the Mornington Peninsula
The best indoor arenas are built when our clients have a clear vision for how they’re going to fit into their environment.
This excellent build is right in the heart of the Mornington Peninsula, an area well known for its equestrian community and natural beauty.
The indoor is perfectly nestled into some beautiful greenery and old-style wooden fences. We love what the client has done with this project and we’re proud to have had a part in it.
See a private home we built in the gorgeous Mt Buffalo region or scroll down for more photos of this project.