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Horses in progress

Find out more about the rehabilitation process and how you can keep up to date with details of some of our horses currently in progress.

Find out more about the rehabilitation process and how you can keep up to date with details of some of our horses currently in progress.

At any one time we will have a number of horses and ponies in work as part of their rehabilitation at our four Rescue and Rehoming Centres. In time, we aim to find all of them loving homes of their own where they can continue to progress with their ridden or driven work,  but, horses being horses, nothing is guaranteed. As such, we cannot say for certain when, if, or in what category horses and ponies you may have seen on our social media pages will become available for rehoming – it will all depend on how their rehabilitation progresses. 

We appreciate that you may have questions about the horses and ponies who are currently in work at our centres, but please wait until they appear on our rehoming scheme and apply online then.  Whilst horses are undergoing their rehabilitation we can’t say when they might be ready for rehoming or what level of work they will be suited to, so please wait until they appear on our rehoming pages as more detailed information will be available on their profile and you will be able to apply for them then if they sound suitable for you. 

We are unable to give any indication of when horses currently in work at our centres may be available for rehoming as the time horses spend at each stage of rehabilitation can vary significantly. Some of the horses featured on our social media pages may be available relatively soon, perhaps in a few weeks, but others may not be ready for months. Our rehoming pages are updated weekly, usually on a Wednesday afternoon, so please do keep checking back here to see if a horse you are interested in has been added. 

If you’d like to keep up to date with details of the horses and ponies currently in work at our centres, you can find our Rescue and Rehoming Centres’ Facebook pages here: 


Max is a 16.2hh five-year-old piebald gelding in the care of our Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre. He is quite an anxious horse who worries about everything. Max is currently being assessed in the hope he can be rehomed as a riding horse in the future.


Willie is a 14.3hh cross breed gelding who is 9 years old. He is currently being assessed for his suitability to be rehomed as a hack in the future. Willie can be quite a quirky chap so we would be looking for a confident, experienced rider who is not fazed by his character.


Bill is 13.2hh and 5 years old. Bill has been backed and was progressing well but it was decided to turn him away for a few months to mature. He is now being brought back into work and we are optimistic Bill will be able to be rehomed as a ridden pony in the future. Bill  can be quite strong, so we will be looking for a lightweight, experienced adult. He will not be suitable for a child rider or handler.  


Polly is a 14.3hh TB mare. Although she is 11 years old she has had very little handling in the past and she is quite anxious. She is currently being assessed for her temperament to make a potential ridden horse in the future. If successful we will require an experienced adult rider who ideally is used to TBs.


April was born at Hall Farm and she is now 8 years old and 15.0hh. She had been out on loan and was recently returned following a change in circumstances of the rehomer. April is now being assessed for her suitability to back as a ridden horse.


Milo is 15.0hh and 5 years old. He is currently being assessed for his suitability to be backed and rehomed as a potential ridden horse.


Minstrel is 12.3hh and 10 years old. He is currently being brought into work in the hope he can be backed and rehomed as a potential riding or driving pony.


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If you have any further questions or need guidance with our rehoming scheme please visit our Help Centre.

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