We have over 140 Lluest equines on the Guardianship scheme. Once rehabilitated we hope that our rescues can go on to be loved and cared for in private homes, leaving space on the farm for us to help more equines in need. We have many wonderful horses and ponies ready or nearly ready for new long term Guardian homes. If you are looking for a companion, riding/driving pony or a nice youngster we might have your perfect match. All horses, ponies, donkey’s and Mules on the Guardianship Scheme remain in the ownership of the Trust but many remain in Guardian loan homes for the rest of their lives.
Fostering Guardianship Scheme
Do you want to help our horses but not able to take one on long term? If you are within a 35 mile radius of our Farm, have lots of experience, space and time, you may be able to help us by taking a pony on short term foster. Many of our Foster Guardians take on a horse or pony temporarily to help us with our capacity on the farm, they give the equine handling and care, in preparation for rehoming them directly into a long term Guardian home facilitated by Lluest staff. The Trust continues to assist with the cost of vaccinations, dentistry and worming, the Foster Guardian is responsible for the cost of any feed, bedding and hay, unless you are a special home taking on a pony with a low condition score. If you would like to discuss our foster scheme please contact Dionne on 01550740661 or email email@example.com
Direct Re-homing Scheme
We are contacted by desperate owners on a daily basis, wanting help as they can no longer take care of their beloved equine friend. As we receive far more requests than we would ever have space for on the farm, we decided the best way we could help them was to match them with the correct homes from applications we receive. This way we are able to help more horses without the need for them to come into rescue.
Eric is the son of Ariel and was born at the Trust in 2019. He has been well handled from birth and is now ready to go and see more of the world outside of Lluest. He is the largest of our section a foals and we hope that he will grow up to be a wonderful child’s riding pony or a fantastic driving pony.
We are open to Eric being fostered until he is old enough to come back to the Trust and start his ridden education
Morgana is the daughter of Melody and was born at the Trust in 2019. She has been well handled from birth and is now ready to go and see more of the world outside of Lluest. She was the shyest of our section a foals, but is now very confident. We hope that she will grow up to be a wonderful child’s riding pony or a fantastic driving pony.
We are open to Morgana being fostered until she is old enough to come back to the Trust and start his ridden education, preferably with her best pal Eric.
Future Loan Ponies
Riding / Driving
Just some of our lucky horses and ponies loving life in their new Guardian homes:
If you are interested in offering a Long Term Guardian home to any of our horses and ponies please fill in a Lluest Loan Application Form and send it back to us via post or email.
If you are interested in offering a Temporary Guardian Home to any of our rescues then please fill in a Foster Pony Application Form and send it back to us.
You’ll find full details about our re-homing process here but please don’t hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions.
If you can’t see your perfect horse or pony today do check back on this site for regular updates or register your interest by contacting us directly, we would love to hear from you.
Please email Dionne – firstname.lastname@example.org
Or call us on 01550 740661
We do ask for a minimum donation fee which helps us with our rescue work, however for some of our older horses and ponies we just ask if you would give a donation.
Donate to Lluest Horse and Pony Trust
If you feel you cannot care for a horse yourself, but would like to help us in another way, we would truly appreciate a regular donation from you, to help us care for our horses and ponies.