Horses In Progress


Take a look at some of our horses 'in progress' who we are preparing for rehoming.

Once these lovely horses and ponies are ready to find loving new homes of their own, we will post their details on our rehoming pages where you can apply for them online. 

Our intention is for all of these horses to enter our rehoming scheme, but by nature life is unpredictable. We cannot therefore guarantee when, if, or for what purpose these horses and ponies will become available for rehoming - it will all depend on how their rehabilitation progresses.

If you have questions about any of the horses and ponies featured below, please do not contact us now but wait until they appear on our rehoming pages as we will be able to give you answers then.


Peasedown Tinkerbell

Tinkerbell is a 15 year old, 12.2hh, pony mare.  We believe that she has been ridden previously and taken part in fun rides.  At Belwade Farm we are long-reining and lungeing Tinkerbelll to build her muscle and improve her fitness.  We hope that we will soon be able to put a saddle on her and start some ridden work. 


Mrs Potts

Mrs Potts is a lovely 14.1hh mare with a beautiful temperament.   Before arriving at Hall Farm, she had been used as a broodmare which, along with her poor condition on arrival, had contributed to her poor posture.   Her groom and our team of specialists have spent considerable time working with her to improve her posture and strength in preparation to bring her into work, as she does have the potential to be a bit more than a non-ridden companion.



Jumbo is a 5 year old, 16.2hh, Thoroughbred cross, gelding.  He has just been backed and we are currently assessing him as a future ridden horse at Hall Farm.  He will require an experienced rider and will probably only be suitable for hacking, but he will make a lovely horse for the right person.



Choc is a 14.0hh, 5 year old, skewbald, cob, mare.  She had been used as a broodmare in the past and as a result her posture has been compromised. However, she has undergone an extensive physio programme to strengthen and improve her posture and she has responded well.  Choc is currently being assessed by the team at Hall Farm to see if she could be backed to ride.



Cobweb is a 12.0hh, 5 year old, Welsh cross mare. She is a pretty little pony with a beautiful temperament. We have begun a work programme with her at Hall Farm, with a view to back her as a child’s riding pony.



Henry  is a  14.1hh, 6 year old, bay, native gelding.  Henry is a sociable, intelligent horse who has been feral for most of his life, so he is quite a challenge.  We are currently assessing his behaviour at Hall Farm and bringing him in to work in the hope that we may be able to back him to ride.    



Peanut is a 6 year old, 10hh, palomino, gelding. He is a super cute little chap who is currently undergoing rehabilitation at Glenda Spooner Farm.  We hope he will soon be available as a lead rein pony, but we will be looking for a home with an experienced handler to help continue his education.


Twinkle Toes

Twinkle Toes was born at Glenda Spooner Farm earlier this year, after her mother was rescued as one of a large group of horses who were not being looked after.  She has been well handled from birth and has a lovely calm and inquisitive nature.  She is often mistaken for being much older as she has such a sensible attitude and is sure to be a real head turner in the future as she is so beautifully marked.  Twinkle will be available for rehoming after weaning and will be looking for a home with someone who has previous experience with youngsters. We anticipate she will mature at approximately 14.2hh.



Melody is a 7 year old, 15.2hh, TB mare based at Hall Farm. She has been ridden in the past and we are currently assessing her suitability to rehome as a hack.  She will require an experienced and confident rider.




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Belwade Farm - Aberdeenshire

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"This age of disposable things should not apply to animals. If anyone can take a horse, or knows someone who can, please consider rehoming a horse from World Horse Welfare." Dame Judi Dench

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