Horses for Re-homing

These slides show the horses who are currently looking for a new home.

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  • Horse for re-homing | The New Arc | North East Wildlife and Animal Rescue Centre
    Our "pretty boy" Spot. He is 10 years old and could easily be brought back into work as a hack. He has navicular syndrome so is NOT suitable for fast work or jumping but would enjoy having some quiet country rides. Spot is playful and friendly, and likes to be involved in whatever you are doing in the field. He is easy to do and happy to live out with a rug in the winter. A genuinely lovely horse who would like to have his own home and a lot more day to day attention
  • Horse for re-homing | The New Arc | North East Wildlife and Animal Rescue Centre
    Heather is around 12 years old, and has been ridden previously (but not for a few years now). She is nice natured and could be brought back into work with an experienced home. Heather is to be only re-homed with Cracker, her partner, as they are very closely bonded. She lives out with a rug and has had laminitis so will need restricted grazing.
  • Horse for re-homing | The New Arc | North East Wildlife and Animal Rescue Centre
    Cracker is around 12 - 14 years old. He has never been backed due to his early abuse. He is a little anxious until he gets to know you and likes to avoid being caught when worried! He really is a lovely boy and would be available to have a retirement home with Heather his partner.

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