Hannah had some amazing experiences that spurred her on throughout treatment and as she said when she rode a horse it ‘made her feel normal again’, Hannah wanted try and help other seriously ill people by giving them truly memorable equine experiences. Our aim is to help grant wishes for seriously ill people and their families of an equine nature.
If you want help with making your wishes come true please contact us using the form on the ‘Get in Touch’ page.
11 year old Jemma Marlow was one of the first Willberry Wishes to be granted. Jemma was diagnosed with osteosarcoma earlier in the year and is yet another incredibly brave and inspirational individual. Like many others Jemma was an avid follower of Han and Willberry so a friend contacted us to ask if it would be possible to loan a berry pony to help put a smile on Jemma’s face and give her a much needed boost. Willberry felt Jemma really needed her own berry to help her through the gruelling rounds of treatment. “Spicaberry” as he is now known, has not left Jemma’s side since he arrived and has settled in to his role of nurse, companion and all round wonder pony with great success.Jemma recently had an endo prosthesis fitted to replace the cancerous bone and is having to learn how to walk again as well as finish her chemo. She is planning to get back on her pony Socs imminently and we all wish her the best of luck for the future and keep everything crossed she continues to #kickcancersbutt.