December 1, 2018

Bolt on arrival at World Horse Welfare

Two year old, 12.2hh youngster Bolt is a cheeky and inquisitive chap with a great zest for life. He came into the care of World Horse Welfare’s Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre in March 2017. Bolt and his companion, Usain, were both in a poor condition and not receiving the care they so desperately needed from their owner. Both ponies were underweight, suffering from lice infestations and lethargic – not the bright, energetic ponies they should have been at their young age.

The owner of Usain and Bolt agreed to sign ownership over to the RSPCA so the pair came into Hall Farm where they immediately received the care and treatment they so deserved.

Both ponies have thrived since then and are transformed into healthy, happy youngsters. Usain recently found a loving new home and now we would love for Bolt to do the same. He is a fun-loving youngster and great character so would make a brilliant addition to any family or stable.

Bolt ready for rehoming

In order to apply to rehome Bolt, or browse over one hundred other horses and ponies looking for a home on World Horse Welfare’s Rehoming Scheme then visit:

By rehoming a horse or pony from World Horse Welfare, not only will you receive full support and advice from the charity’s experienced team but each horse or pony also comes with a detailed health record and comprehensive, honest description of everything about them. In addition you always have the reassurance that if your circumstances change, you can return the horse or pony to World Horse Welfare at any time.

Rehoming not only gives a very special horse or pony the chance to reach their full potential but you are also enabling the charity to help more horses and ponies in need of help by freeing up much-needed space in its four Rescue and Rehoming Centres.