Animal rescue crews from South Tyneside help free a horse that was stuck in a ditch

Specialist animal rescue crews from South Shields and Hebburn have helped free a horse who was stuck in a ditch at an equestrian centre in Gateshead.

Friday, 14th May 2021, 10:04 pm

Tyne and Wear Fire and Rescue Service (TWFRS) crews were called to Bowes Manor Equestrian Centre in Gateshead on Friday morning (May 14) after receiving reports that a horse had fell into a ditch and was unable to get back out.

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Crews from Gateshead were first to arrive on the scene and were shortly followed by specialist animal rescue crews from South Shields and Hebburn who set to work freeing the 24-year-old horse.

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Specialist animal rescue crews from South Shields and Hebburn helped rescue Shanoo from a ditch.

It is reported that an onsite telehandler was used to help firefighters lift Shanoo back to his feet where he was able to regain his stability.

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Crews used an onsite telecaster to help lift Shanoo.
24-year-old Shanoo was thankfully able to regain his stability following the ordeal.