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HorseWorld's vital 365-days-a-year animal welfare work relies on the support we receive from individual volunteers and supporters, businesses and others.

Welcome to HorseWorld

Please note our Charity Tack Shop will be closed Thursday 26th May. Sorry for any inconvenience caused.

 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.

Please click here to make a donation to Joey's Appeal (featured above). Thank you

With the ‘Rescue Season’ well under way, please consider making a donation to help us make a difference. Read the ‘Left on the Verge’ report here. Watch BBC Points West report here.


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.

Find out more »

Latest News

Abandoned and injured horses rescued after being found straying in the road. The latest victims of fly-grazing

Two young horses are recovering at rescue charity, HorseWorld after being found straying in the road. The abandoned youngsters, now known as Pilgrim and Grace were found in Avonmouth, an industrial area of Bristol along the banks of the River Severn. Luckily, they were caught before causing a traffic collision. This area has, in recent years been a problem area for horse rescue charities as it is commonly used for fly-grazing, the act of grazing animals on land without the owner's permission. It is believed that Pilgrim and Grace were dumped on industrial land there, unsuitable for livestock and therefore escaped into the road.

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