World Horse Welfare youngster


Age: Various
Sex: Various
Height: Various
Organisation: World Horse Welfare

World Horse Welfare is always looking for rehomers who can offer homes to young horses or ponies for youngster handling and continue their education on the ground until they reach four years old, at which point they can be assessed to see if they are suitable to be brought into work by someone with appropriate experience (either the rehomer themselves if they do have experience starting young horses or else the rehomer may have professional assistance).

All World Horse Welfare's horses and ponies who are ready for rehoming can be viewed on their website. The site is updated weekly, usually on a Wednesday afternoon, so if you’re interested in rehoming a youngster from World Horse Welfare do keep an eye on the rehoming pages.

World Horse Welfare has four Rescue and Rehoming Centres, in Aberdeenshire, Lancashire, Norfolk and Somerset.

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