An ex-racehorse has much to offer after its period of rehabilitation and Greatwood makes every effort to match the right horse with a carer. Greatwood equine management staff carefully vets all applicants to ensure that ultimately both horse and carer have a long and happy life together.
What are the requirements for re-homing a Greatwood Horse?
Once a suitable match has been made, what happens next?
This donation towards the substantial running costs of Greatwood is very much appreciated when a horse is re-homed.
What happens long term?
Prospective carers please:
Can I view the horses which need re-homing?
Yes, please view details of our horses on our Horses for Re-homing section.
What about the horses which cannot be re-homed?
Greatwood Sanctuary / Horse Power Horses
We would love to rehabiliate and re-home all the horses that come into our care, but many have injuries or other issues that prevent them being re-homed as a ridden horse or companion. Those horses remain in our Sanctuary at Greatwood for the remainder of their lives and if assessed as suitable go on to have a second career in helping our visiting children with special educational needs. Please take the time to meet some of our Sanctuary horses.
This organisation is committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people and expects all staff
and volunteers to share this commitment
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