Future available ponies
The following horses and ponies are still currently being rehabilitated or are in quarantine and will be available for re-homing in the future.
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 post it back to us or alternatively please email firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information about rehoming from us please read rehoming through our Guardianship Scheme.
We are sometimes contacted by owners struggling to keep their horses or ponies, either due to poor health or other unforeseen personal circumstances. These cases can range from elderly companions to ridden horses of all sizes.
Please get in touch if you can offer a home directly to one of these equines in need. Support from the Trust will be offered and references are required.
About: Akela is a beautiful young coloured mare, approx 14hh, of medium build. She came to us as a rising 2yo with her younger sibling and dam. She has been backed in a previous Guardian home, but has displayed some napping and rearing behaviours, that we are currently working to find the root cause for. She is happy to live out all year round with shelter and a rug in extreme winter weather, she is also happy to be stabled when necessary.
Ideal Home: Akela is an intelligent pony who enjoys attention. We will be looking for an experienced home who will spend time with her daily. We think she would enjoy doing horse agility or similar. If we find there is no medical/pain reason behind her behaviour under saddle and successfully rehabilitate her, she will need a calm, confident and experienced rider.
About: Tali is a lovely old man. He is currently under assessment and in quarantine, he will have his teeth checked and start him tetanus vaccinations prior to rehoming. Tali was recently signed over to the Trust following the death of his owner, he had been owned by the same owner all his life. Tali has recently recovered from laminitis and will need ongoing management to prevent future reoccurrences.
Ideal Home: A companion home with a knowledgeable Guardian. Being a native type and having had laminitis his new home will need to have an understanding of managing weight to prevent laminitis.