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Rehome a horse with World Horse Welfare


We are an international horse charity that improves the lives of horses in the UK and around the world through education, campaigning, and hands-on care.

When our founder Ada Cole witnessed a procession of work-worn British horses unloaded at the docks of Antwerp and whipped for four miles to slaughter, she was determined to stop the appalling cruelty of these journeys. Ten years later our campaign succeeded, and almost 90 years on World Horse Welfare is still driven by the same desire to stop unnecessary suffering, using a practical approach and scientific evidence to deliver lasting change across the full spectrum of the horse world.

When you rehome from World Horse Welfare, not only are you offering a horse who may have had a poor start in life a loving home, but you free space at our Rescue and Rehoming Centres for more horses or ponies in need. We couldn’t continue our work without people like you!

January 1, 2019
Two year old, 13hh Bumble is looking for a home where he can continue his young education. In December 2016, a World Horse Welfare Field Officer was alerted to Bumble’s plight when a concerned member of the public called the charity’s welfare line to report concerns for a group of horses who did
December 1, 2018
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 desper
November 2, 2018
Jimmy was discovered when World Horse Welfare received a call from a concerned member of the public concerning a group of horses who appeared to be neglected and not receiving the care they needed. When Field Officer Jacko went to visit the location he found three horses, one of which was a two to t
October 4, 2018
13.2hh 4 year old mare, NG, is a lovely inquisitive pony who is always the first from her herd to investigate something new. She is very intelligent but is green for her age due to her lack of education in the past. She cannot be ridden but will make someone a wonderful companion and can...
September 6, 2018
Dolly 1 When Dolly was discovered by a World Horse Welfare Field Officer in March 2017, she was emaciated, weak and struggling to survive whilst still taking care of her very young foal, Rocket. Dolly’s body condition score was recorded as 1 out of 5, and it was clear she needed urgent veterinary attentio
August 1, 2018
Apple learning to be driven Apple came into World Horse Welfare’s care in April 2016 when a concerned local had rescued her from a busy main road. She was very underweight and whilst her rescuer would have loved to keep her, they simply did not have the resources to care for her. Her owner could not be located so she...
July 3, 2018
Choc rehome 1   Can you rehome this adorable companion horse? 14hh, 6 year old Choc is a gentle, sweet-natured mare who is looking for a home as a companion. She came into World Horse Welfare’s care in October 2015, after she was discovered tethered on a building site where she was grazing without permissi
July 2, 2018
Cobweb ready for rehoming Can you rehome this adorable, intelligent lead-rein pony? 12hh, 6 year old mare Cobweb came into World Horse Welfare’s care in March 2013 as part of a group of ponies in Hampshire who were not receiving the care they needed and were struggling to survive in the harsh winter weather. The ponies wer