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Horse rescued from treacherous mud flats in Avonmouth is named Sapphire in honour of HorseWorld's 65th year

Rescue charity, HorseWorld were alerted to the plight of a horse who had apparently been abandoned on land on the edge of the Rive...
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Welcome to HorseWorld

 HorseWorld is the South-West's leading charity caring primarily for horses, ponies and donkeys.
 
 
 We rescue, rehabilitate and rehome animals that have been abandoned, neglected or ill-treated.
 
 
HorseWorld is funded entirely through public donations. You can make a real difference to horses in need. 
 
HorseWorld is not open to the public on a day-to-day basis but we do hold Open Days throughout the year. Please see our events page for details. 
 

Please click here to make a donation 

 

The Tack Shop is going to be closed for a few months, however we will be holding Tack Sales at our Open Days some of the new stock can be found on our online shop.
 
If you want to avoid postage, give us a call on 01275 893020 to arrange collection from the HorseWorld offices (opposite the Tack Shop, Keynes Farm BS14 0QL).
 

Please click here to visit the online Tack Shop page.

 

What we do

Our teams are passionate and dedicated to equine welfare.

Find out more about our work with horses in need »

Rehome A Horse

Do you have room in your heart and in your stable for a rescued horse or pony?

Find out more about loaning a rescued horse »

Adopt Me!

Could the donkeys be your new adopted friends?

Adopt an animal today and help fund the rescue and care or horses, ponies and donkeys in need.

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Latest News

Horse rescued from treacherous mud flats in Avonmouth is named Sapphire in honour of HorseWorld's 65th year

Rescue charity, HorseWorld were alerted to the plight of a horse who had apparently been abandoned on land on the edge of the River Severn in Avonmouth at the end February this year. Known as the foreshore, this area is extremely dangerous due to the treacherous sinking mud on the edge of the river and the fast tidal current. A young mare died on the same stretch of land stuck in the mud just last year.

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