Force-free Equine Sanctuary Assistant
Time and Space Equine Education Sanctuary

Time and Space Equine Education Sanctuary

Force-free Equine Sanctuary Assistant Atajate, Spain Time and Space Equine Education Sanctuary
Join our team! Care for horses, improve the sanctuary, and promote equine welfare, all while honing your force-free horsemanship skills. ūüźīūüėä
Sustainable Equine Sanctuary Programme Atajate, Spain Time and Space Equine Education Sanctuary
Learning from nature to implement techniques, creating an interesting and diverse landscape that is functionable and stimulating for human and horse.
Horse Sanctuary Group Experience Atajate, Spain Time and Space Equine Education Sanctuary
This programme is designed for pre-organised groups arriving together of eight or more people who would like to work in the countryside around the horses.

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Project Details

Our aim is to host nature lovers and enlighten and educate horse owners and enthusiasts in natural horse care, helping horses in the local community and further afield.

Time and Space Equine Education Sanctuary is in its infancy. After the need for a sudden move due to the horses losing their long-term home we are now working on improving the new pasture and facilities for both horse and human and rely on help from kind nature and animal-lovers.

Time and Space Equine Education Sanctuary, established in 2016, is a horse sanctuary in Spain working to train horses without force and educating people how to improve the way animals are cared for. The project is situated in the mountains and your help is essential to continue it's progress. Whether you would like to construct and be a part of our paddock enrichment plans or would like hands on with the horses, this is an opportunity to be involved in something special from the start.

Time and Space offers volunteering and adventure opportunities to participants interested and inclined in helping horses, or to connect with nature. 

We are an educational sanctuary that aims to enlighten horse owners and enthusiast in caring for horses naturally and sympathetically, and sharing force free training techniques and the science that supports them. Based in Spain we see a lot of terrible cases of horses hobbled, left in stables 24/7 and ridden in the harsh serration bridle which often draws blood and leaves horses permanently scarred. We have spent over six years working with and observing a free roaming herd in the mountains, which filled us with inspiration as to how we can recreate certain aspects in a more realistic and achievable setting for many people. 

At the sanctuary our own six horses (some young, old, rescues etc) are a demonstration of key principles. They have a permanent and safe home here. When space and funding allows we would be happy to offer the same to other equines. At Time and Space Equine Education Sanctuary we take elements from the roaming herd into the paddock with the understanding of the horses' nature, whilst striving for self improvement to better our practices, providing a good example and preventing local horses from becoming rescue cases.
The main focus of the project is on
NPO Status
Yes, registered non-profit organization
Contact Person
Clare Wilbraham
Spoken Languages

Social Impact

Based in Spain, Time and Space Equine Education Sanctuary witnesses poor horse care, even that of abuse.The Time and Space Equine Education Sanctuary aims to educate horse owners in the true needs of a healthy horse, socially, physically and mentally. Which in turn helps to create a new generation of horsemanship practices, that are integral for a happy and healthy horse.

Time and Space Equine Education Sanctuary's Aim
  • Inspire horse lovers and owners through open days, working student, project partnership programs and workshops
  • To train our herd as naturally and with as much understanding as possible progressing each horse within his needs and individual character¬†
  • Promote good horse care by creating an enriched environment for our own herd
  • Raise awareness of the requirements for a happy, healthy, emotionally and physically well-balanced horse.
  • Be in a position to work with owners and their horses to explore and share knowledge of horse behaviour and welfare.
Pursued Sustainable Development Goals

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