Animal Welfare

13th November 2020

Farewell, Mull

Rest in peace, Mull   It is with great regret and sadness that The Horse Trust must announce that our much-loved resident, Mull, was put […]
28th September 2020

We’ll miss you, Millie

Rest in peace, Millie We are incredibly saddened to announce that another of our beloved family members has spread their wings – we had to […]
15th September 2020

RIP Pilot

Fly high, Pilot As you can imagine, it has been a very sad and difficult time for us here at The Horse Trust and we […]
07th September 2020

RIP Bud the Brave

RIP Bud We almost can’t believe we are writing this so soon after we lost our dear Iceini. It is with a heavy heart that […]
04th September 2020

RIP Iceini

RIP Iceini It is with the heaviest of hearts that we inform you of the passing of a dear old friend. At 23 years old, […]
14th July 2020
Online course for farriers

A New Partnership with Farriers

Equine charities forging new welfare partnership with online course for farriers The Horse Trust and Redwings Horse Sanctuary have united to create an online course […]
16th March 2020
Our Healthiest Body Condition Rosettes are Rolled Out UK Wide

Our Healthiest Body Condition rosettes are rolled out UK wide

The Horse Trust funds some very important veterinary research work into health conditions that can affect our horses, and many other horses as well. Conditions […]
03rd July 2019
national equine welfare council

Joint National Equine Welfare Council Statement regarding horse ‘rescues’

The Horse Trust is a member of the National Equine Welfare Council, our Head of Field Skills is an active member of their council and […]
21st July 2015

Gladys, Lola and Nora assist with the donkey training for staff

Staff at The Horse Trust have recently attended a one day training course run by The Donkey Sanctuary. This course combines the latest knowledge about […]
07th March 2012

The Horse Trust’s Response to the Growing Numbers of Horses and Ponies being Neglected

Further to recent reports from the RSPCA that there are a growing number of horses being neglected and needing to be taken in to the […]