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Horses Needing a Home

Are you looking to give a horse or pony a loving home? If you think that you can give a home to one of our rescued horses then please call Chris on the number provided.

We always have dozens of horses and ponies in need of a home. If you are unsure of who you think will suit the home you have to offer, then please send us an email detailing the type of equine you are looking for:

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All our horses are microchipped or freeze branded and passported.
All colts and stallions are gelded before going to new homes.

If you can give any of our horses a home, PLEASE CALL 01795 530371 or Email us at

Foster an Equine

At Happy Endings we understand the financial commitment of taking on an equine. From time to time some of our horses will be available to go out on our foster sceme. If you have the time and space for an equine then please get in touch to find out more.



Guinea is one of our unhandled horses from a big rescue that we were involved in. Now she is alot more trusting and will come up for a stroke in the field. She loves her food and will follow a bucket. Guinea is yet to be halter trained and so cant be led. She will make a very rewarding project for the right home. Ideally we would love to find someone who can offer her a home as she is but if you are interested in Guinea at all please contact us. We can discuss her going to Jason Webb for handling to get her to the point of leading if needed as we understand that it can be difficult to accommodate a pony that cant be led.

Name: Guinea
Age: 2011
Use: Project
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Fifi 12yrs & Doodles 17yrs

Two Happy Endings horses have had to come back into our care after very sadly their adoptee has passed away. A 5 star home where Fifi and Doodles were extremely well loved and cared for. We know It is asking a lot but we would love nothing more then to be able to find another home where they can stay together. They both live out happily. We would happily consider these 2 going out on foster therefore we would support the fosterer with vet bills etc if need be.



Minnie is a very special case looking for a very special long term foster home. Minnie was diagnosed last year with Equine Motor neuron disease.This is something that she will live with for the rest of her life. But recent tests have shown that she has made a vast improvement and speaking with our vet, we feel she is now stable enough to go up for foster.
Her new home ideally needs to be some where with good grazing on flat ground all year round. If she did need to be stabled at all then she may require a vitamin E suppliment.

Name: Minnie
Age: 2013
Height: 14.2hh
Breed: Cob
Use: companion


Shelby is one of our bigger companions avaliable for adoption. She came to us after her owner sadly couldnt keep horses anymore.
Shelby has never been ridden but is handled and will stand for hours to be groomed. On arrival her only downfall was having her feet trimmed but as Shelby is very food orientated we have mastered this with either a bucket of nuts or a lick it. She happily lives in a mixed herd, unrugged and living off of the land all year round.

Name: Shelby
Age: 2004
Height: 16.2
Breed: Warmblood
Use: Companion
Name: Easy
Age: 2005
Height: 15hh
Breed: TB x
Use: Companion


Easy is a very good doer, dispite her breed type she lives out unrugged. She is currently living in a mixed herd but definetly prefers the company of the mare's. Easy's adoptee or fosterer will need to be someone who is quiet and patient and allow her to settle before to much is asked of her.

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