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.



Biscuit is an adorable 11HH welsh section A gelding that has been brought into work at Belwade Farm. He is 11 years old and is loving long reining around the farm with his groom. We hope that Biscuit will be suitable as a small child’s ridden pony in the future. As you can see from the picture, he has had his first dummy rider on board, and he was not fazed in the slightest!


 Disney is a stunning 13.3HH, 7-year-old piebald cob that has been brought into work at Belwade Farm. He has the most amazing mane and feathers and he definitely knows how handsome he is! He is currently enjoying long reining around the farm tracks and we think he is going to make a brilliant driving pony with further training. We hope that Disney will be available for rehoming as a driving pony in the future.


Lady is a sweet natured 13.3HH, four-year-old cob mare that is currently being backed to ride at Belwade Farm. She has taken to work well and has a brilliant temperament; we hope that she will be available for rehoming as an all-round ridden pony in the future.

Horse of the Week

Countessa AMN

Thoroughbred Cross, Mare
Hall Farm - Norfolk

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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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