Posts Tagged By: Rehoming
Having been in a sorry state, the future is now bright for Mr Bingley, Mr Bennet and Mr Darcy.
Moses has been transformed into a stunning, cheeky young cob and is now Sponsor a Stableyard cover star.
137 horses and ponies have been rescued in a large multi-agency operation.
We're delighted to have rehomed a record number of horses in 2020, even in such a challenging year.
Three rescued and rehomed horses captivated celebrity judges’ hearts to win their categories in World Horse Welfare’s annual Rehomed Horse of the Year 2019 competition.
Rescue pony Buttercup has been transformed since coming into our care emaciated and weak.
After being found in a freezing field at just ten months old, Lucas is now the star of the World Horse Trail.
World Horse Welfare Buggy takes Rescue Pony Champion title at Equifest 2017
John and Melanie Bishop rehome from World Horse Welfare.
World Horse Welfare and RSPCA calling for information on group of ponies found in Hillam.
World Horse Welfare’s pilot scheme with Retraining of Racehorses (RoR) has reached a milestone as Wold’s Agent (Ollie), the first horse to join the scheme, has found a new home.
Tammy had horrific wounds when she arrived at World Horse Welfare Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre.
Largest horse rescue and rehoming charity in Britain announces collaboration with Retraining of Racehorses
World Horse Welfare and British Horseracing’s official charity, Retraining of Racehorses (RoR), have agreed to collaborate on a pilot scheme.
Once a rescue horse from a sad background, Major, the Highland Pony, now lives a life of luxury on the shores of Loch Ness, in Scotland – and occasionally he likes to walk through the Loch Ness waters.
HRH The Princess Royal kick starts World Horse Welfare’s rehoming campaign in the midst of a horse crisis by rehoming charity horse
World Horse Welfare launches urgent rehoming campaign with HRH The Princess Royal leading the way as she rehomes charity horse.
World Horse Welfare's Penny Farm in Lancashire held its annual open day last weekend as Penny the King's Troop horse was handed back to the charity after 12 years of service in the Royal Horse Artillery.
When Haggis was found he was riddled with lice, grossly overweight and showing signs of laminitis, an extremely painful and sometimes fatal condition affecting horses’ hooves.