If you are looking for a new equine partner, non ridden or ridden please check out the amazing choices available from the following UK based organisations. These organisations rely on our support, donations and volunteering.
- Adopting one horse won't change the world, but it will change the world for that one horse.
- Many welfare organisations rely on us to help, be that with time, money, expertise, donations of tack etc....You can make a huge difference in some way.
- Your new best friend is looking for a forever home.
If we have missed a welfare organisation please Get In Touch.
World Welfare for Horses. If you are considering re-homing instead of buying. When you re-home from us, not only are you offering a horse who may have had a poor start in life a loving home, but you free space at our Rescue and Re-homing Centres for more horses or ponies in need. We couldn’t continue our work without people like you.
Horses4Homes “To promote humane behaviour towards animals, in particular horses, by preventing unnecessary suffering and neglect to horses, in particular but not exclusively, by helping to re-home horses and to educate the public in matters pertaining to animal welfare in general and the prevention of cruelty and suffering among animals“
National Equine Welfare Council A website with a wealth of contact details for Equine Sanctuary's and an extensive catalogue of welfare material
Redwings Horse Sanctuary We currently rehome to East Anglia, Bedfordshire, Buckinghamshire and Hertfordshire.We hope you find what you're looking for, but if not please check back soon or follow us on Facebook for the latest updates from the rehoming team!
Sussex Horse Rescue "We believe every horse, pony and donkey has the right to be part of a loving family where it will be cared for and loved to the end of its natural life"
Blue Cross We find happy homes for abandoned or unwanted pets and we keep pets healthy by promoting welfare and providing treatment.
HAPPA continually strives to improve and promote equine welfare through rescue, rehabilitation, rehoming and education.
RSPCA/Horses We have lots of horses and ponies waiting to be rehomed throughout England and Wales right now - ranging from adult ridden and companion horses to youngsters who will need bringing on in their new homes.
RSPCA Lockwood Centre for Horses & Donkeys We are an equine centre which rehabilitates and rehomes horses, ponies and donkeys. We also have a resident herd of donkeys who remain in our permanent care.
Bransby Horses It is difficult for many to believe that cruelty, neglect and abandonment still exists to such an extent in these modern times; however the need for equine welfare charities such as Bransby Horses is ever-growing. Our sites in Lincolnshire and Herefordshire.....
The Flicka Foundation Give a safe, happy home for life to all our rescued donkeys and horses
Horse World Animal Adoption scheme is a simple but fun way of contributing to the work of the charity, and you could have a best friend for life!
Society For The Welfare Of Horses and Ponies Each of the horses and ponies on this page have recovered from an ordeal, with help from SWHP. They are now ready to be re-homed in a safe, caring environment.
The Brooke Organisation We reach over 2 million working horses, donkeys and mules across Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East. Our staff include vets, animal welfare experts, and advocacy a
Rehome My Horse Rehome My Horse is owned and managed by horse lovers who are experts in the field of rehoming. Our mission is to provide horse loan, share and ownership transfer services, including sales where the welfare of the animals is the absolute priority. Whether you are looking for a horse, or need to rehome one, you can be assured that we will act professionally and in the best interests of the horses at all times, to achieve this we operate a thorough screening process which we hope you don’t find too daunting!
Essex Horse and Pony Protection Society Our aim is to put any of our rehabilitated horses or ponies that are suitable for re-homing into experienced and knowledgeable foster homes.
Devon Horse and Pony Sanctuary Suitable and rehabilitated animals are found caring new loan homes but are always able to return to the Sanctuary if circumstances change.
Bodmin Moorland Pony Rehabilitation is a small charity based in Cornwall that have been primarily helping some of Bodmin Moor's abandoned ponies since April 2014. ?Our aim at Bodmin Moorland Pony Rehabilitation is to provide the necessary rehabilitation to enable these feral, emaciated ponies the second chance at life they were initially deprived of. By way of desperately needed veterinary & nutritional support, care & trust we try to give these wonderful natured ponies the foundations to become fantastic family companions, riding ponies or best friends.
My Lovely Horse Rescue are a not-for-profit organisation, in the Dublin and Leinster area, run by volunteers. We rescue, rehabilitate and re-home Ireland's neglected, abandoned and abused horses, ponies and donkeys.
Hillside Animal Sanctuary Although at Hillside we have given sanctuary to 1950 horses, ponies and donkeys, many of our residents have been rescued from the farming industry.
Hope Pastures. Rescue, rehabilitate and re-home horses, ponies and donkeys in need and give people the chance to meet these animals and learn about them and how to look after them.
The Donkey Sanctuary was founded in 1969 by Dr Elisabeth Svendsen, MBE. She dedicated her life to champion donkeys, and it is through her devotion that the Sanctuary grew to be the international charity it is today.
Crosskennan Lane Animal Sanctuary is a registered charity situated close to Antrim in Northern Ireland. They are committed to helping all kinds of animals - mainly horses and ponies, but also dogs, cats, rabbits and chickens. They work tirelessly to promote animal welfare and education and are committed to promoting awareness and knowledge of animal welfare issues throughout the province.
All For Horses is a small charity that finds good homes for unwanted horses, providing the care, rehabilitation and training they need in the meantime. They are based on a small farm on the outskirts of Scarborough.