On this page you will find a list of the most commonly asked questions. Please do read these before contacting us as it may give you the information you are looking for!


  • I’m worried about a horse, what shall I do?
    • Contact us, let us know the horse’s location and your concerns. If you can provide photos and details of the owner, this can be really helpful.
  • I need to retire my horse; will you take her/him?
    • No, we are not a retirement home.
  • Can I volunteer?
  • How do I donate?
    • Thank you, please do, this can be done here on our donation page. Every penny is spent on the horse’s care.
  • I have some old horse rugs and equipment, how do I donate these?
    • Please get in touch to discuss.
    • We are only able to accept rugs and equipment in clean and good working order.
  • How else can I help?
    • Take part in sponsored events, shake a tin on our collection days (covid restrictions currently apply), buy a bale of hay, spread the word about what we do.
  • Can I visit?
    • Subject to covid restrictions, we welcome visitors but we do not have a visitor centre. Please get in touch to arrange a visit and we will happily show you around, talk to you about the horses and their backgrounds.
  • I’d like to sponsor a horse
    • Please let us know which horse you would like to sponsor. We provide certificates, tell you the horse’s background and how they came to us. We currently do not have an official scheme (we are working on it), please donate whatever you can each month.
  • Where does my money go?
  • I love horses, can I come and ride yours?
    • We do not provide any horse riding. There are lots of local riding centres that would be happy to help you.
  • Can I give a horse a home?
    • Please see the rehoming page and get in touch. There are a number of criteria to be met and we need to ensure we have the right horse/pony for you to provide a home to, so you can both be happy together. Unfortunately not every offer of a home results in a pony on loan.
  • Any other questions
    • Please get in touch