People helping horses, helping people

Our charity is built on the mutual respect and compassion between people and horses; from members, donors and legacy leavers, through to our team of dedicated staff, volunteers and supporters, we all share a common belief that Horses deserve to live happy and peaceful lives and value the incredible trust and companionship that they bestow upon us


We can't do it without you

Your support helps us to care for horses. Please give what you can to help us do more

Rehome a horse

Do you have room in your stable - and your heart - to rehome one of our beautiful rescue animals

Animal Adoption

HorseWorlds's Animal Adoption scheme is a fantastic way of contributing to the work of charity, and you could have a new best friend for life!

Horse Rescue Horseworld

HorseWorld rescues neglected, mistreated and abandoned horses, ponies and donkeys, saving the lives of up to 100 animals every year.

Read about our horse rescue work here

Discovery Courses Horseworld

Discovery Courses can help young people with self-growth, confidence and concentration issues - and of course the horses love the attention too!

Read about the aims and science of the course here

Meet our Horses

Meet the animals of HorseWorld, from horses looking for a new home to those you can adopt, our special Discovery Course horsers and our long-term residents!

View our horses

Play the HorseWorld Lottery for the chance to win up to £25,000!

Each chance to win cost just £1, with at least 50p going directly to HorseWorld.

Even better, if you win the jackpot of £25,000 HorseWorld will receive £2,500!

News

When Mowgli met Monty

Rescued mule meets world-famous horse-whisperer... Read the full story >>

Weather takes its toll on HorseWorld Charity Open Day

Horse rescue charity forced to cancel open day planned for Saturday 19th October. Fundraising blow will have significant impact on expected rise in welfare cases over winter. Read the full story >>

Help give Dime, a rescued Shire horse, a new start in life

Once abandoned, now Shire horse Dime has been given a second chance at life with the help of Martin Clunes. Read the full story >>

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