THINGS TO CONSIDER
Do you have the time, finances and experience to take on a horse? Consider the type of horse you want and be honest about your ability and expectations. Don’t be afraid to say how you feel if a horse isn’t for you. Be aware that although the charity still owns the horse, you are fully responsible for tack, rugs, feed, farrier, vets bills and insurance, as well as all other costs. If things don’t work out, the charity has every right to take the horse back.