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    Celebrate World Horse Welfare’s Rehome a Horse Month

    NewsTuesday 28 August 2018
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    World Horse Welfare is celebrating Rehome a Horse month in September.


    During this time we are encouraging people to consider rehoming rather than buying with examples highlighted over the course of the month through a number of different case studies. There are so many benefits of rehoming from World Horse Welfare, including:

    • You know exactly what you are getting – all of the horses are fully MOT’d and come with health records, microchip and passport. You also get a frank and fair assessment of the ability and temperament of the horse.
       

    • Rehoming one horse helps another – when you take in a rescue horse, you help other horses by making space at the four World Horse Welfare Rescue and Rehoming Centres.
       

    • Feel-good factor of transforming the life of a horse – Rehoming a horse is an immensely rewarding experience.
       

    • The horses come with a safety net – World Horse Welfare aim to rehome a horse for life but in uncertain times it is reassuring to know that you can return the horse if your circumstances change or if your child outgrows him.
       

    • A lifetime of advice and support – when you rehome a World Horse Welfare horse you have the full breadth of over 90 years of horse experience at your disposal.
       

    • For more information and to see the selection of horses World Horse Welfare has ready to be rehomed please visit our online rehoming page: www.worldhorsewelfare.org/rehoming


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