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Horses in progress

Check out some of our horses and ponies who are currently progressing through their rehabilitation.

Check out some of our horses and ponies who are currently progressing through their rehabilitation.

Meet some of our lovely horses and ponies who are currently in work at our four Rescue and Rehoming Centres! We aim to find all of them loving homes of their own via our rehoming scheme in time but, horses being horses, nothing is guaranteed. As such, we cannot say for certain when, if, or in what category horses and ponies featured here will become available for rehoming – it will all depend on how their rehabilitation progresses.

If you have questions about any of the horses and ponies pictured here, please don’t get in touch with us just yet but wait until they appear on our rehoming pages, as we will be able to give you much more accurate answers then. Thanks so much for your interest!


Nina is a lovely 13.3hh, seven-year-old cob mare who has just been backed at Belwade Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre. She has been in work for three months and has taken everything in her stride. She was sat on for the second time and was confidently walking around the indoor arena, what a superstar! We hope that she will be available for rehoming as a ridden pony in the future. We will keep you updated on her progress.

World Horse Welfare - Nina

Wisteria is a 13.3hh four-year- old cob mare who returned to Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre in March 2020 due to change in her previous rehomer’s circumstances. She has been lunging well with a roller and a bridle and has recently started long reining.

World Horse Welfare - Wisteria

Actuality is a 15.2hh four-year-old Thoroughbred mare who came into Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre through our ROR scheme. She is working well and has recently started lunging. We are hoping she will make a nice all-rounder for a competent adult.

World Horse Welfare - Actuality

Leo Seren is a 16.0hh eight-year-old warmblood gelding at Hall Farm. Leo was brought into work at Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre in January 2020. Leo is now working well under saddle both in the school and out hacking. We are hoping he will be available for rehoming around late January/early February 2021. It is likely he will be more of a hack with light schooling and no jumping due to problems he has had with his feet in the past.

World Horse Welfare - Leo Seren

Headshot of Fran - Ready to help

Need help?

If you have any further questions or need help with your application please contact our Rehoming Coordinator or call 01953 497238

What our rehomers say about us

“Anyone looking to rehome a horse should definitely do it: World Horse Welfare is so supportive and rehoming is just such a great thing to do – it’s so rewarding.”

Rehomer Stella Burbidge

"If anyone is looking for a riding pony or a driving pony, I can 100% recommend that they should really try World Horse Welfare. I cannot fault this place – they were obviously totally open and you know if it doesn’t work out the pony can come back and will find a good home. The horses and ponies come with a full MOT and you couldn’t ask for more."

Rehomer Nichola Waddicor

“I was considering buying a horse, but my friend had rehomed from World Horse Welfare so persuaded me to consider doing the same. We went to Belwade Farm to look at two other horses and whilst I was there I looked up to see Tinto standing at the top of a hill, almost as if he was saying ‘Look at me!’.”

Rehomer Fiona Bell

“I would always recommend rehoming a horse. Rehomers receive such a huge amount of support and the team at the charity are always 100% honest and realistic with you. The pride you get from rehoming these horses – who sometimes have a very sad past – is incredible.”

Rehomer Kate McCormack

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