Rehoming Success Stories


It was love at first sight when re-homer Megan met rescued pony Gemma! Megan had always wanted to re-home a rescue pony, so when her horse’s companion was due to move to another yard, the ideal opportunity presented itself. “The most rewarding thing has been to see her confidence grow. She was understandably a little nervous when she came home to us but has absolutely thrived. I couldn’t imagine my life without her,” said Megan.
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As soon as he joined the Williams family herd back in 2013, Koko quickly decided he was going to stay and established himself as second in command! Sally Williams, Koko’s loaner, says “he quickly turned into the sweetest natured little pony I have ever met. He continues to be a pleasure and rehoming him was the best thing ever.”


When Danielle Isaacs’ two horses became inseparable she knew a good solution would be to add another horse to the pair. Despite Minty’s traumatic past, she and Danielle have formed a wonderful relationship. She says “The best part about rehoming Minty has been gaining her trust. She will stand to be cuddled and fussed for as long as possible! I adore her and my herd wouldn’t be the same without her.
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Emma Shackell’s very first pony came from HorseWorld over 20 years ago, so when she was thinking of re-homing again she went straight to our website. Having experience with rescued and nervous horses, she was keen to find a pony who could be suitable for her daughter, and Blackjack was the perfect fit! “Seeing how happy he is with my other horse Trooper, and how kind and patient he is with my 1 year old daughter, has been wonderful. It’s like he’s lived here forever!” said Emma

Watty and Catena

Watty was re-homed by Catherine Neck over 10 years ago as the perfect companion for her thoroughbred. Gentle giant Watty quickly became part of the family so when Catherine’s other horse died, there was no other decision than to find him a new friend. Catherine says “Catena is a very sweet mare and she’s keeping Watty much more active! It’s wonderful to give horses like these a second chance who would otherwise not be wanted. I love them both to bits.”
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