Bodmin Moorland Pony Rehabilitation

“Thank you for your generous support of Bodmin Moorland Pony Rehabilitation with a grant of £4,000 to help make our holding storm and winter proof.

“The grant will help us to rectify some of the damage caused by the extreme storm conditions of the Autumn and Winter here, and make our holding happier and safer for our ponies,” says Bodmin Moorland Pony founder, Imogen Holt.

The charity is a small family-run welfare and rehabilitation centre near Bodmin, Cornwall. They rescue at-risk feral hill ponies with the aim of rehoming them to loving homes. Bringing them back to health involves costly veterinary & nutritional support as well as hours of care and effort to win their trust.

​Although the main focus is on Britain’s hill ponies from Bodmin, Dartmoor and Exmoor, the charity is increasingly working with abandoned fly-grazed cobs from all over the UK.

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