Project Horses

Age: 7 years old (Born 2016)

Gender: Gelding

Colour: Piebald

Height: 13HH

Fred is a sweet and inquisitive pony who always wants to know what you are up to.

Fred is being rehomed as a project equine.

Fred is a sweet and inquisitive pony who always wants to know what you are up to. His favourite thing is to come over for a scratch on his chest with his handler and he will do his best to help with the poo-picking!

Fred is looking for a new home, either with someone who has the experience and time and wants to bring on a young horse, or with someone as a companion. Fred is generally good to handle and good with the farrier and vet with some reassurance from his handler. Fred loves attention and will happily stand all day to be groomed and fussed, however, he would not be suitable to have around small, inexperienced children.

He has seen light traffic, bikes and dogs and is getting more confident with every new adventure. Fred has been long reining on our local lanes and is doing well, as well as walking out in hand both alone and in company. Fred will continue with his education whilst he is in the Sanctuary.

Fred is used to living out but is equally happy to be stabled for part of the time. He has lived with a mixed herd, and he loves to play in the field with his field mates.

There is some special care that Fred will need which can be discussed further on application.

Based on Fred’s size, his rider weight limit is 7 stone. Fred rehoming fee is £75

Become a Sanctuary at Home Carer

To help you become a Sanctuary at Home Carer, we have a dedicated team managing our scheme and their job is to help find the right equine for you and then support you throughout your rehoming experience.

Our Pathways

We have three rehoming pathways within our Sanctuary at Home scheme. These are:

Prime Pastures

This scheme enables us to rehome horses and ponies with long-term medical conditions that are manageable. You'll be required to help support their condition with regular monitoring and we contribute towards the costs of their veterinary treatments.


Working alongside us to socialise and train young or rideable horses for future work in our education programmes. You'll help provide a home setting for these horses to mature before returning to the Sanctuary for further assessment. We work closely with you to keep up to date records of their training, achievements, milestones, setbacks and all aspects of their care.


Means you help provide a sanctuary at home for as many years as you can for a horse or pony from our charity on a loan basis.