Welcome to the Lluest Horse and Pony Trust
Lluest Horse and Pony Trust is a National Equine Welfare Council member and registered equine welfare charity, founded in 1985 by the remarkable late Ginny Hajdukiewicz who sadly passed away at the young age of 38 leaving the trust as her legacy. Today the staff at Lluest work hard to restore our rescued horses and ponies to full health, rehabilitating them and finding them loving experienced Guardian homes where they flourish and remain safe.
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Pastries for ponies, muffins for mules and everything in between…what could be better?
March 1st of course marks St Davids Day, but also Horse Protection Day. This year, help us protect and rescue even more ponies by holding a Hands High Tea party, bake sale or other sugary shindig to support our work. Every penny you raise invests in the futures of rescued horses and ponies to give them a second chance in life with Lluest.
Whether it’s large or small, with a group or school, in your living room or at work, every high tea (and every penny) counts! Invite your friends, colleagues and family to make a huge difference for our rescued equines.
As we enter our 35th year, we have rescued our 400th pony. But World Horse Welfare estimates there are over 6000 more that need urgent help. That’s where you come in – we need your fundraising more than ever to meet the need.
Sign up today to hold a Hands High Tea and raise vital pounds for ponies!