Welcome to Rehome a Horse

Welcome to our rehoming pages! Thank you for considering rehoming instead of buying. When you rehome from us you are offering a horse who may have had a poor start in life a loving home. We couldn’t continue our work helping horses in need without people like you!

Due to the impact of coronavirus we have made some adjustments to how our rehoming process works during this time, such as virtual “meetings” of horses (especially companions) as well as virtual home checks. We are receiving a lot of interest in rehoming at the moment but our team will get back to you about your application as soon as they can. If you don’t hear from us, please do check your junk email!

The below horses and ponies are currently available for rehoming. How it works>>

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Horse of the Week


Cross-breed, Mare
Hall Farm - Norfolk

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Lexi is an attractive mare with a lovely temperament. She gets on well with others and she is very ...view profile >>

Farm Locations

horse rehoming map Belwade Farm Penny Farm Hall Farm Glenda Spooner Farm
Dame Judi Dench – Photo by Caroline Bonarde Ucci

"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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