Summer Extravaganza at World Horse Welfare Hall Farm in Snetterton


We are holding our sensational Summer Extravaganza this weekend at World Horse Welfare Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre in Snetterton on July 7th 2013.

Household Cavalry at Hall Farm

This popular, not to be missed event will be the highlight of the year with stunning displays from the Household Cavalry and demonstrations from DRAT Dog Agility to Kuchina’s amazing equine and canine display. Part of Kuchina's show includes talented horse, Chico Curte' who recently posed as part of a fashion shoot for world-renowned Vogue magazine alongside Mick Jagger's daughter, Georgia Jagger.

The day runs from 11am until 3pm and your £5 per car entry gets you tractor trailer rides, the opportunity to view vintage cars and tractors, experience donkey rides, watch a dog show, have a go at blow darting with Uplands Way Vets, giggle at the children’s entertainer and visit trade stands from local businesses in the area.

There will also be displays by Norfolk Animal Fire Rescue Team throughout the day and prizes to be won from £50 cash to Thetford Garden Centre vouchers.

Popular with supporters and new to the horse scene guests, you’ll find so much to do on the farm – a worthwhile day out for adults and children alike.

You can be sure to enjoy the day but to also feel satisfied that your entry fee will act as a worthwhile donation - going directly towards helping those horses in desperate need of not only rescue but of the vital rehabilitation that we offer each individual horse or pony that come into our centres.

Once World Horse Welfare horses and ponies are fully rehabilitated, we, as the horse charity that rescue, rehome and rehabilitate more horses than any other horse charity proceed to rehome all of our equines to safe, new homes. You can find out more about rehoming one of our ponies on the day but can find out what lovely horses are waiting for friendly homes by rehoming right now.

For more information on the day please contact World Horse Welfare Hall Farm Visitor Centre Officer, Maxine Langley-Cooper on 01953 499100.