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.

   


 

 


 


 

 

Meri was born at Glenda Spooner Farm in May, and has been well handled since birth.  She is a pretty filly who is calm and easy to handle, has a lovely expressive paces and will have the potential to do well under saddle, or driven, in the future.  She is predicted to make approximately 14.2hh and will be available for rehoming from Glenda Spooner Farm after weaning.

  

 

Nyx at Belwade Farm is a 13.2hh, 10 year old mare who has had a rider on board for the first time. We are not sure what type of work Nyx will be best suited for yet but we are hoping that she may be a ride and drive pony in the future.  She is a friendly mare with the most amazing moustache!

 

Rhubarb is a pretty skewbald 13.1HH mare that has started the backing process at Belwade Farm. She came in as part of a welfare group and was a little worried when she arrived. Rhubarb has grown in confidence with regular handling and is now enjoying long reining around the farm. We hope that she will make a lovely ridden pony in the future.

 

Horse of the Week

Rain

Native, Mare
Penny Farm - Lancashire

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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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