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Horses for adoption

These are the equines currently available for adoption. Viewing of equines and farmyard animals is by appointment only. Kindly schedule an appointment with our Horse Care Unit Supervisor via email on or call 021 700 4173.

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Horse Silver
Silver a partbred Welsh pony gelding approximately 4 years old. Silver is a gorgeous young man. He was brought in as a stray and so we do not know his history but have found him to be a very calm and friendly pony. He takes the bit easily and seems very used to being ridden. Nothing much seems to upset him in fact the words bomb proof can be used carefully He will have the farrier and be dewormed and vaccinated prior to being adopted.

Horse Charm
Charm is a bay filly approximately 3-4 years old. She needs to go to an experienced loving home only as Charm has had a far from charmed life and luckily for her she was rescued by a very kind person. Unable to keep her any longer she was surrendered to the CoGH SPCA and we are now hoping that the right home will rescue her right back. She is a Thb/Boerperd and needs to learn to trust again.

Horse Flicker
Flicker: A very pretty bay partbred pony mare. She is very friendly but will need an experienced home to train her. Flicker looks pregnant so will need suitable premises for her foal as well who can come back to the SPCA once weaned. Flicker has a lovely eye and if correctly trained would make a lovely show pony. She is approximately 14hh.

Horse Copper
Copper: A young very pretty part bred pony filly. She needs a loving experience home. New owners must be prepared to work with her slowly as she has not been backed. Copper is possibly pregnant and so her foal also needs to be accommodated at least until weaned.




How to adopt

If you would like to adopt an equine, please contact the Horse Care Unit directly on
021 700 4158/59 or email



William Simpson

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