Netizens praise Tarlac volunteers who rode on horses to distribute relief goods

Netizens praise Tarlac volunteers who rode on horses to distribute relief goods

- A group of relief volunteers used horses to deliver goods to those who are in need

- The group borrowed four Thoroughbred horses from the Victoria Equestrian Center on April 19

- According to one of the volunteers, due to the ECQ, they were not allowed to ride vehicles, which was why they resorted to horses

- He said that aside from avoiding pollution, it also helped entertain people

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When there's no car available to deliver relief goods, horses come to the rescue.

A group of relief volunteers rode on horses to deliver the goods in Victoria, Tarlac because there were no cars around.

One of the volunteers, Breih Pascua, posted their "makalumang" relief distribution.

He mentioned the names of the four horses, which they borrowed from the Victoria Equestrian Center. They were Ares, Athena, Bella and Victoria.

As per Breih's post, they distributed the veggies and goods that they were able to gather for one week.

They are now planning to raise funds again, this time around, to give support and target the "nagbabakal bote," labandera, pedicab drivers and the like.

Breih also thanked those who helped and supported their cause.

Here's his full post:

April 19,2020 We decided to distribute veggies this time as part ng advocacy namin na inumpisahan ng aking siszy na si Era Nunag na to promote healthy foods.
So lahat ng naipon for 1 week na fund raising ay naibili lahat ng vegetables and goods na naipamahagi natin sa mga ibang kababayan natin
We are planning to organize another fund raising event this week and our target ay yung ibang mga walang wala talaga like, mga nagbabakal bote, pedicap drivers, labandera etc...
Thank you sisz @Era Nunag
Sir Anthony Vito Gutierrez of Victoria Equestrian Center sa support at sa mga horses sir
Rose Peralta Edison Edison Martricia Miranda Aileen Naguit Bautista Christopher Paredes de Leon Louigi Cayabyab Chun Chun Cary Monterola Verocil Vidal TJ Terrence Liam Gutierrez Venchon Flores
Kay butihin at mapagbigay na friend from paniqui for the rice, Mrs. Doctor from san jose and sa lahat ngdonors God bless po
We encourage everyone to help kahit sa papanong paraan lang together we heal as one
TO GOD BE ALL THE GLORY

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In a previous report by KAMI, the government faced problems when they imposed the initial community quarantine, which was elevated into the now ongoing enhanced community quarantine. It also suspended transportation causing massive problems with commuters.

The coronavirus outbreak started out in Wuhan, Hubei Province of China. Scientists believed that the virus came from an animal at one of Wuhan's wet markets. At present, the Philippines is under a state of calamity while the entire Luzon is under an enhanced community quarantine.

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