Horses and Ponies Looking for New Homes!
All horses and ponies on this page are seeking new homes. Please click the application button to apply for more information or to inquire about any horses not yet listed here.
Please be aware that some Horses may have already been reserved for a new home.
All horses will be re-homed via home checks.
Please do not contact unless you are genuinely interested in re-homing a horse. You can apply by filling in an application form either by following the application link or downloading a form here.
For inquires or more information please email the rehoming team.
Send general enquires through the contact me page.
Olive is a lovely young pony who has been spending increasing time with Tilly and could potentially be rehomed as a pair. She leads well and does lift her feet although will lift her feet to kick out at times so will need further handling.
She is a real character who enjoys playing and being groomed. She is very protective of food and will show aggression if she feels like her dinner is threatened.
Olive will be rehomed as a non ridden companion only due to a bad stifle injury.
Emily & Elijah
Both donkeys will need a home together with someone experienced with horses, donkeys, or both. The home must be patient and willing to continue their training after leaving the sanctuary.
Limited grazing will be needed - ideally a track system if possible to encourage movement, helping with the loss of the additional weight that they carry.
Emily (lighter mare) has a more subdued temperament, only concerned whenever she cannot reach Elijah, unhappy when she can see but not reach him. She is a polite donkey who would be content with or without human attention.
Elijah (darker gelding) is a very curious Donkey. He will meddle with anything new in his environment. Very mentally active and quick to learn forms of enrichment would be very beneficial.
Both leading well-using body language and vocal cues - ‘walk-on’ and ‘Woah’. Very responsive and getting more so with each session.
Whoever was to rehome them would be expected to continue their training and handling.
13 + 8
Jodie and Sanza
Jodie was paired up with Sanza and like everything else Jodie does, she took it all in her stride. She is not sound for riding but could lead a small child around. Jodie has a dust allergy and has a sensitive stomach with food changes. Ideally, she needs to live out with an open shelter.
Jodie adores a little fuss and attention and is always on the lookout for her next 'buddy'.
Sanza doesn't mix well with other horses but gets along with Jodie thanks to the older mares' mellow temperament. She does love attention and fuss though and enjoys grooming. Like Jodie, she isn't sound but could be used for setting a small child on her back.
Both mares must be rehomed together and must go to a five star home.
They would be perfect as a pair of 'field ornaments' for the grandchildren to fuss around. :)
Skewblad and Piebald
1998 & 2001