An injured foal found abandoned in a Christmas tree field in Norfolk has been appropriately named Rudolph by the charity caring for him.
The chestnut colt has been taken in by World Horse Welfare at Snetterton in Norfolk after being discovered in Great Melton, on the Watton Road, near Norwich.
The charity wants to track down his owner and find out more about what happened to him. Rudolph was discovered without a microchip or any way of identifying who he belongs to.
The RSPCA, which helped to rescue the foal, said he was in a "sorry state" with a leg injury and badly ulcerated eye.
World Horse Welfare said Rudolph's plight was not an unusual one.
Chief Executive Roly Owers said the little horse had been lucky.
Anyone with information about Rudolph should contact World Horse Welfare on 08000 480 180 or call the RSPCA on 0300 123 8018.