Tracy Lowther Jones
Experienced, trustworthy, fun. These are just a few of the ways coworkers describe this invaluable member of our team. Tracy Lowther Jones is truly a joy to be around and makes it a pleasure to come to work with the ponies.
'I hate housework and cooking with a passion! So, I love anything that gets me out.' (quote Tracy Lowther Jones)
Tracy is an invaluable member of the team with real dedication and passion for the welfare of the ponies at the forefront.
With us since our founding, Rachel Bastone is one of our key team members. Rachel brings her years of experience and skills to the forefront in helping our organisation grow and succeed.
Rachel is currently a lecturer and freelance photographer but still finds time to support and help ponies in need. Rachel helped form Hungry Herds with the vision and drive to improve upon Animal Welfare for the ponies, and focused on developing the organisation with experience and integrity.
Suzanne Thomas joined Hungry Herds with the vision and drive to improve upon our Animal Welfare Group, and focused on developing the organisation with integrity. Suzanne is very driven and organised she keeps the team in check.
Taking a break from banking after 30 years Suzanne was the ideal candidate to fulfil the role of treasurer alongside getting her hands dirty with the rest of the team on a day to day basis mucking out, feeding, fundraising and the general care required for sick or injured ponies.
With us since our founding, Sue Strange is one of our veteran team members. They bring their years of experience and skills. Sue has had horses for 50 years, worked at an equestrian centre and then as management for 30 years.
Sue is now retired but is busier than ever, horses are Sues passion. Sue owns a Welsh Cob that she still rides and schools. Sues wealth of experience is invaluable and she is an integral part of the team.