World Horse Welfare

World Horse Welfare runs the largest equine rescue and rehoming scheme in the UK.  If you choose to rehome from World Horse Welfare you'll receive an honest assessment of the horse and their capabilities, ongoing support and the reassurance that if your circumstances change you can return him/her - plus the reward of knowing you're creating space for another horse to come into the charity’s care.

You can check out the horses and ponies who are ready to find new homes now on our website

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Gracie is an 11-year-old 13hh Welsh cross mare who is ready to rehome as a companion. Gracie is a friendly pony and loves attention. She does need to wear a fly rug from spring through to autumn but can still happily live out with the correct management. Gracie is based at Glenda Spooner Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre, in Somerset.


Iris is a two-year-old cob predicted to mature at around 13.3-14hh who is ready to rehome as a youngster. Iris is a friendly, easy-going girl and has the potential to make a ridden or driven pony when she’s old enough, so is looking for someone experienced with youngsters. Iris is based at Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre, in Norfolk.


Monty is a seven-year-old 12.1hh cob gelding who is ready to rehome as a pleasure competition pony. Monty was backed earlier this year and is progressing well with his ridden work, but is still green so needs a confident, balanced rider to further his education. Monty is based at Penny Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre, in Lancashire.


Zara is a five-year-old 14.1hh Connemara mare who is ready to rehome as a companion pony. Zara loves fuss and attention and is very easy to handle. She’s happiest when living in a herd, as she becomes unsettled if she only has one horse for company. Zara is based at Belwade Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre, in Aberdeenshire.