A home for horses

Leav­ing your horses to World Horse Wel­fare in your will en­sures that their long-term fu­ture is se­cure. The char­ity ex­plains

Country Smallholding - - In Focus - MORE: To re­quest more in­for­ma­tion about leav­ing your horses in your will, please tele­phone: Dawn on 01953 497225 or visit www.world­horsewel­fare.org/Last­ing-Gifts

The thought of what might hap­pen to your beloved horses should they out­live you can be very dis­tress­ing. We un­der­stand you want to know that when you are no longer there to care for them, some­one else will be.

Leav­ing your horses to World Horse Wel­fare in your will gives you com­plete peace of mind know­ing that find­ing a new home for your horses will be one less thing for your fam­ily and friends to worry about af­ter you’ve gone.

Sadly, peo­ple’s cir­cum­stances change and your friend or relative who promised to take care of your horses may find they are un­able to and your horses could be left with­out a home.

By leav­ing your horses to World Horse Wel­fare in your will you are safe­guard­ing their long-term fu­ture. We care pas­sion­ately about horses and once in our own­er­ship we will do our very best to find them lov­ing homes with ap­proved re­homers through our Re­hom­ing scheme, the largest of its kind in the UK, and our team of Field Of­fi­cers and Re­hom­ing Of­fi­cers will con­tinue to check on their wel­fare for the re­main­der of their lives.

Our cre­den­tials in horse wel­fare, both in this coun­try and world­wide, are sec­ond to none. We are an in­ter­na­tional char­ity that has been im­prov­ing the wel­fare of horses in the UK and over­seas through ed­u­ca­tion, cam­paign­ing and hands-on care since 1927. Our four UK Res­cue and Re­hom­ing Cen­tres care for horses and ponies at all stages of their re­ha­bil­i­ta­tion.

Sue has left her horse to World Horse Wel­fare

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