We can't do this without you...
Some are so weak they can hardly stand. Others are so thin their ribs can be easily seen through their unkempt coats. Those who have been abused are so frightened it can take many months for them to trust even the lightest touch from a human.
Regardless of their past, we give them a safe, secure and loving future.
Our work is funded entirely by donations from people like you. With your support we can rescue the horses who need us the most. We can make them as comfortable as possible, whilst they get the emergency veterinary care they need.
Only then we can begin the slow, gentle process of giving them time so that their personalities can start shining through. Our expert welfare teams monitor them closely for any long-term health conditions which may appear as they start to heal and regain their strength.
When the horse is ready, and not a moment before, our training team starts to get involved in their development. With their expertise they can start to work with the horse; whether re-gaining their trust in humans, helping them to learn to be safely lead and handled, or their first experience in having a rider on their backs.
Ideally as many as possible will find their forever homes with new, loving families. But in some circumstances they will live out their days as permanent members of the HorseWorld herd.
Yes – we’re there for the emergency rescues, and always will be. But we need your help to make sure that we can continue to be there for the horses in our care for the months, and sometimes years, after their arrival.
There are several ways that you can make your donation, but whichever way you choose and however much you give, you will make a difference to a horse or pony that needs you.
We can’t change a horses past – but with the support of people like you, we can give them a better future.
Thank you to...
Eric Allcock17 hours ago
In memory of John Hill of 55 Holsolm Close, Stockwood, Bristol. BS14 8LU Who sadly passed away on 10th April 2020. His wife Anne requested donations to you in his memory as he and his friend regularly collected their garden manure from you for their vegetable gardens!!
Daryl Phillips Phillips1 week ago
£5.00 +£1.25 GiftAid
Jane Warren2 weeks ago
To help with the new matting in recovery for Sid and other horses as per your newsletter
john blaker2 weeks ago
£25.00 +£6.25 GiftAid
Betty Fox2 weeks ago
£3.00 +£0.75 GiftAid