Rescue Horses


By adopting one of our horses or ponies you will be helping us to carry on our work and at the same time can develop a special relationship with your chosen horse or pony.


Once you have adopted your pony or horse you will receive a Certificate of Adoption and picture of the horse or pony you wish to adopt plus a description of how they arrived in the care of the Little Bramley Farm Horse Sanctuary.


If you'd like the adoption certificate to arrive on a certain date or any other specific requirements (i.e. for a birthday surprise), please enter it in the "Special Requests" box during of the order process and we'll do our best to make it happen!



  • Titch

    Titch was rescued by my daughter with another pony Rumney. They were both in very poor condition but with excellent care and love both ponies turned out lovely. Titch came to us after he lost an eye due to damage done by blackthorn bush resulting in an infection.

  • Snuggles

    Snuggles is Pat's horse and she has had her since she was two, she is now 8 years old. An escape artist from her stable and if she does get out, she goes round the rest and lets them out too.She loves attention and if she doesn't get it, she creates by kicking her door and trying to escape.

  • Sweetpea

    Sweetpea came to us in foal with Bunny and a foal at foot Pineapple. With a lot of care and love she has turned into a lovely childs pony.

  • Tigger

    We bought Tigger when she was 3 yrs old, she is now 7. Everyone loves Tigger and he's perfect for our young riders to learn on and gain experience.

  • Ziggy

    Ziggy was purchased from a riding school where he was mistreated and over used so much so in the end he did not want to move. He has a gentler life now and when he is ridden, beware - his mind is I will go when I want to and when he does theres no stopping him! But hes a lovely pony and has been a real gentleman here.

  • Welly

    Welly is a mini Shetland given to us due to the owners financial predicament.He is getting on in years now and is like the mascot for the Little Bramley Farm Horse Sanctuary.