Your friend for life could be waiting for you at LHPR...
In order to be eligable to rehome from us you will need at least the following: Equine Premises Registration Number (EPN), Grazing and Shelter facilities.
A minimum of one acre per equine is required.
Rehoming a horse or pony from LHPR is a very rewarding experience. We strive to make the whole process as quick and easy as possible. Please read on below at the three stages involved.
Please note: Adoptions are done on a first come first served basis 

Meet and greet and some paperwork
(dont worry it's not much!)

Home Visit

Take your friend home!

Once this form is received in the post and approved by our adoption coordinator, we will be in touch to arrange a detailed homevisit. Please allow up to 72 hours for application approval or refusal
(we are all volunteers)

One of our friendly welfare officers will carry out a homevisit (homecheck) of the location you propose to keep the equine(s) at. He or she will check areas such as grazing, stabling facilities, any field shelters etc.  A homecheck is also our chance to meet the family and to ensure the setting is right for the equine. A homecheck is nothing to worry about, we are not here to judge.

Feel free to use this opportunity to ask as many questions as you need too!
Once the homecheck has been passed and If both parties still wish to proceed with the adoption process we will arrange for you to meet the equine one last time before you take him or her home
(this is optional but recommended).
You will now enter into a loan agreement (legal binding contract) with L.H.P.R.
(You will be required to complete one last document)

An adoption donation of €200/€300/€400 (each equine has their own fee) is requested for all equines - this must be paid before the animal leaves our premises.
This is non refundable.

As the adopter you will be required to collect the equine yourself. (If you are really stuck we can arrange this but a fuel charge will apply)
Before anything you need to draw your full attention to our adoption policy. After reading this and you wish to proceed you will need to fill out a short questionnaire. (below)
If both parties are happy to proceed, you will need to make an appointment​ to meet the horse/pony you are interested in. This is to determine if you are a good match for eachother.

If this visit goes well and you wish to proceed you will complete an adoption application form
(this will either be posted to you or given to you in person on the day of visit)
To arrange a viewing appointment please call Michelle on 0469450512 (Choose option 2)

If you cant adopt - why dont you consider fostering instead?

Foster is the temporary placement of an equine into someone’s care either to free up space at our rescue centre for an emergency or to allow the animal to mature before being rehomed. Sometimes we use foster as an opportunity to give our rescued equines a little holiday - we all deserve one!!
Foster is short term while adoption is envisaged to be permanent.

Equines currently ready for rehoming
This section is updated each Sunday. If you wish to make a viewing of one of our equines please contact our adoption coordinator by calling 0469450512 and choose option 2
  1. TILLY
5 Y/O 
Approx 13.2hh
    TILLY Female 5 Y/O Approx 13.2hh
    Gentle , friendly and inquisitive - Tilly has come full circle from the neglected and forlorn soul that came through our gates . Our fantastic volunteers slowly gained the trust of this mare and she has since blossomed in the care of a loving and dedicated foster home. Tilly is now ready for a forever adoptive home . She is NOT broken , but would make a fantastic project for an experienced and knowledgeable home . She is easy to catch and handle , good for farrier , dentist , vet , etc . Location: Athboy
  2. DAWN
Rising 3 Y/O  
Currently 14.1hh
    DAWN Female Rising 3 Y/O Currently 14.1hh
    The stunning Dawn is looking for a home! She is a sport horse X. She’s a rising three year old. She has lots of energy and needs a *very experienced* home. She currently stands at 14.1hh. We expect her to make around 15/16hh. She is NOT broken yet. Location: Trim
  3. SADIE 
12 Y/O  
    SADIE Female 12 Y/O 16HH
    The stunning Sadie is available for rehoming. Due to an old injury she is suitable as a companion only. She is 16hh and is 12 years old. Very friendly and is easy to catch etc. !Companion only! Location: Trim Due to being a companion only we are happy to offer a reduced adoption fee of: €200
  4. DUDLEY 
4 Y/O  
Approx 13.2hh
    DUDLEY MALE (G) 4 Y/O Approx 13.2hh
    Dudley is a 2015 skewbald Cob gelding. He originally came into LHPR as a welfare case. He is well handled and would need an experienced home to build his confidence and bring him on. He has a lovely temperament and will make a lovely riding Cob.
Male (G) 
5 Y/O  
    GUINNESS Male (G) 5 Y/O 13.2HH
    Guinness is a 5 year old gelding cob. Currently broken and riding, however he is young and green so an experienced rider will suit Guinness. Location: Trim
4 YO 
Currently 13.2hh
    SUNSHINE Female 4 YO Currently 13.2hh
    Sunshine is a 2015 chestnut pony mare. She came into LHPR as a welfare case. She is unbroken but well handled. Sunshine has a good temperament but can be a little head shy. She would need an experienced home.
  7. ALFIE 
Male (G) 
10 Y/O 
Approx 10hh
    ALFIE Male (G) 10 Y/O Approx 10hh
    Alfie is a 2009 piebald shetland pony. He came into LHPR after he was being mistreated in Dublin's inner city. He is broken (the wrong way more than likely). He is a real character! Alfie was gelded at LHPR.
Pony of the month - March
Holly is a 13 year old Dartmoor X pony. She is 12.2hh.
Holly excels in jumping but is for a strong rider. She can be quit forward going. She would be a super pony for a child that is looking to move on with their riding.
Holly is easy to catch, shoe etc.
We are looking for a forever home only please!
To arrange a viewing please contact us.
Click here to arrange a viewing
A rehoming success story
(just one of many!!)
Bella was rescued by our welfare team in 2014 after being abandoned on a country road. She was very nervous of humans when she first arrived but it wasnt long before she knew she could trust us all at LHPR. She then went out to foster with Tara who started her under the saddle. She is now in a fantastic home with Jill. Both Bella and Jill have a wonderful and touching bond with eachother. Jill competes Bella in jumping leagues and she also appeared in the rescue class at The Royal Meath show last year!

We are very grateful to Jill and her very supportive parents for for giving Bella a wonderful home!