Rehome a Horse
Can you provide a loving new family for one of our rescued horses or ponies?
There are many advantages to rehoming a horse – as well as giving the horse a second chance in life, most of our horses are here for several months, so we get to know them well and can match up both you and the horses' character, abilities and individual needs to ensure you are a perfect match!
We have no commercial interest in letting a horse go to an unsuitable home – we put a lot time, effort and care into ensuring our horses are settled and happy, so will do all in our power to ensure the best match for both of you to ensure a happy and lifelong partnership.
Our perfect loan homes are those where a horse will be treated as part of the family. We do not allow subloaning and will not loan for breeding purposes.
Ready for rehoming
Please note that we do not currently have any horses available to rehome who would be suitable as first ponies or that are suitable for novices
Requirements for loan homes:
Daily turnout – Although most of our horses prefer to live outdoors all year round, most of them do not mind being stabled at night in winter, but we only rehome to yards who provide daily turnout all year round.
Group turnout – Horses are herd animals and have a psychological need to socialise with others, just like us, and must be able to touch, play with and groom each other every day, not just look at each other over a fence. Most of our horses would not be happy left alone, even for short periods, and we only rehome to homes where they will always have company. We do NOT rehome where only individual turnout is available.
We rehome to most areas of Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire only – Unless otherwise stated in the horse's description. Sorry, no exceptions.
Youngsters – We only rehome unbroken horses to homes with previous experience of starting and schooling horses. We rehome youngsters from 1 year upwards, and in most cases, we will only rehome where they will have at least one other youngster to play with (like human children, horses need other youngsters to play with to develop good social skills).
Our horses may not be subloaned or used for breeding purposes