Hilda will start her ridden education this year and needs financial support to prepare her for future adoption. We are sure she will become a super family pony in time.

The story so far...

Hilda B is unusual in several ways.  She is female for starters, when normally it is colts that we find abandoned. She is also black rather than coloured, which again is quite a rarity in these parts.

Hilda B is a very sweet pony, popular with the yard team and not ‘mareish’ at all.

Mareish is a horsey term to describe some mares who can be temperamental and prone to moodiness, often linked to the effect of hormones.

She is placid, keeps herself out of trouble and prefers a quiet life in the company of people.

She has grown considerably since her arrival as a very small foal and may well make 14 hands in height.

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If you share our belief, then sponsoring one of our horses or ponies is a great way to help make a real difference.

It takes time and expertise for us to bring a horse back to its best, they all have individual needs. During the rehabilitation process we desperately need sponsors to help fund accommodation, care and training. When we are sure the healing process is complete, only then do we look for a foster carer or second chance home.

We have many ponies currently in our care or out in foster homes, all seeking a friend to sponsor them. Click Here to see our stable of ponies on our website.

Rescuing, rehabilitating and re-homing horses is not an easy task. Being a sponsor means you are giving vital funds to help us to provide expert care to neglected and unwanted animals.

Your money goes directly towards their rehabilitation including stabling, veterinary and training fees.