World Horse Trail

Following on from the success of the 2016 Invisible Horse Sculpture Trail at the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials, World Horse Welfare is delighted to be creating a 40 sculpture, multiple-location trail to highlight the positive stories of the horses helped by the charity. The master sculpture itself is being created by acclaimed artist Judy Boyt based on the story of Lucas, a frozen and abandoned foal who was rescued by World Horse Welfare and has flourished into a beautiful sport horse.

Beaverbrook Foundation logoThe World Horse Trail tells the stories of horses which World Horse Welfare has helped and highlights other areas of our work with horses in sport. A number of the sculptures feature working horses from countries like Haiti where families rely on their horses to make a living. The unique designs, kindly created by artists, celebrities, students and members of the public, have been inspired by the stories or names of the horses. The World Horse Trail is proudly supported by the Beaverbrook Foundation. 

Lucas and rehomer jumping XC fence