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But none though, as you might expect, are dressed in white and brandish cricket gear. In fact, the pastoral surrounds of the legendary cricketer's eponymous venue are a popular hangout for the island's donkeys too.

Once the lifeblood of the sugar industry, these gentle equines helped put the Caribbean country on the map well before the "Master Blaster". They can also be seen careering through crops, gate-crashing gardens, or just plodding serenely along ro in their constant hunt for food. The decline of the sugar industry, and increase in modern transportation, may have rendered Antigua's donkeys redundant but that has done little to curtail their population.

While andd continued to be used on farms and to lug produce to and from market, they were largely left to fend for themselves after the doors closed on the last sugar factory in the s. Today, the donkeys are one of the last vestiges of the roaring industry which helped build the British Empire, along with the dozens of centuries-old sugar mills which pepper the landscape. The acre site is home to jacks, jennies and foals.

Its executive director Karen Corbin estimates up to more are roaming wild, breeding at will. Unfortunately, they neglect to turn them back off again. Many arrived at the sanctuary as a result of injury or mistreatment.

Staffs think he may have been ridden into the capital by children. He's a marvel.

One way they earn their keep is offering free "animal therapy" to visitors from local special needs schools and community groups. To stem their s, male donkeys at the sanctuary are castrated from the age of three and plans are afoot to extend that to those in the wild too.

Mobile catch pens are set to be placed in the most donkey-dense areas for a castrate-and-release programme funded by UK firm Animal Friends Insurance, which recently sponsored a visit by two equine dentists.