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Our horses and ponies


Breed : Cob x

D.O.B : 05/05/2018

Sex : Gelding

Height: 13hh expected at maturity

Personality : Kenny is a typical yearling, he is extremely bossy over food with other ponies and people. He will need a more assertive owner. He is good to catch, lead, groom and have his feet picked up. He has the potential to be a nice ride and drive pony in the future. Kenny came to us after being seized on welfare grounds.

Home I need :

Kenny will need an owner who is experienced with bringing on youngsters to ensure he continues to develop into a nice pony. He would benefit from having another young friend to play with and or a bossy older horse. He will need to continue to have lots of handling and new experiences to prepare him for the future.


Breed : Cob x

D.O.B : 05/05/2016

Sex : Gelding

Height: 12.3hh

Personality : Good natured, laid back straight forward pony. Can be bossy with other ponies over food which is common for animals who have suffered food deprivation. He came to as after being seized on welfare grounds.

Home I need :

Duke is looking for a new home with an owner who is able to continue his education and introduce him to new life experiences in preparation for when he is able to be trained for riding or driving. Duke has turned out to be a really smart little cob. He has the potential to be a nice childs second pony (only due to being a youngster) in the future. He loves to come in for his afternoon nap so would really like a home who can facilitate this!


Breed : New Forest x

D.O.B : 01/05/2019

Sex : Gelding

Height: 13.1hh

Personality : Robin is a sweet pony, he can be a little suspicious of new people at first but comes around easily with food. He is a typical cheeky pony and can be strong. He is currently in a home and is mainly used as a companion but he has been ridden previously. He has done some hacking in his current home and has previously been a riding school pony. He would prefer a quieter life now, he could easily be used for hacking although he is not keen on heavy traffic. He does not mind being left at home while his buddy gets ridden. Robin is a native type so will need to have his weight managed. We are looking to find a new home for Robin directly from his current home, if you are interested in offering a home to this pony please contact the Sanctuary in the first instance. He is only looking for a new home due to his current owners extra work commitments.

Home I need :

Companion or hacking

Dizzy Rascal

Breed : Pony

D.O.B : 01/05/2015

Sex : Gelding

Height: 11hh approx

Personality : Dizzy is a typical cheeky, young pony.

Home I need :

Dizzy is a young pony who needs an owner who can continue to bring him on.  He will need someone experienced with training young horses.  He will make a super children’s all rounder in time.  It is possible that he is a rig, he came to us as a gelding but did exhibit some colty behaviour so would be better to live with geldings, he is currently too young to test for this.  Dizzy had started to do some work in the school with us, has been lead out on the roads and is great with traffic.  Good for the farrier, great to load and travel etc.  He is currently in a loan home but his owners circumstances have changed so sadly he is now looking for his next adventure.  We would like to home him directly from his current home if we can.


D.O.B : 01/01/2003

Sex : Female

Home I need :

Queenie is a TB, bay mare, approx. 15.2hh. DOB: 2003. She is looking for a companion home where she can retire ideally within a herd of other horses, she would make a lovely nanny. She is a stunning horse and has had a really rough time over the years so now deserves to just relax. She can be a little quirky and does need to establish trust, she likes her routine and does get anxious if it changes too much.


D.O.B : 01/05/2016

Sex : Male

Home I need :

Jack is a piebald gelding. DOB: May 2016. His Mum was an Arab type, Dad unknown but probably a cob. He should make at least 14.2hh. Jack was rejected by his Mother, his owner hand reared him for 8 weeks and unfortunately due to a change in her own circumstances could no longer keep him. It was then too late to put Jack on a foster mare so he has been fully hand reared. He will need a very experienced owner who can continue his education. Ideally he needs another youngster to play with. He is currently turned out daily with other geldings with no problems. He is good to catch and handle, can be opinionated! Due to being hand reared Jack can be quite full on.