Berkshire firefighters from the animal rescue team at Caversham Road in Reading rescued the horses from a flooded field in Sulhampstead, near Reading.
Storms that battered Kent and Sussex for 20 hours have left hundreds of homes and businesses flooded - and thousands without power.
UK Power Networks says customers who have not had power restored by midnight will not have it restored until after Christmas Day. John Ryall reports.
Elderly residents of a caravan park in Dorset have been moved to safety when the park became flooded.
The fire service evacuated Gladelands Park in Ferndown. The A31 was closed and caused long delays for drivers.
A number of cats, guinea pigs, rabbits and chickens had to be moved to safety today when the RSPCA centre at Leybourne flooded.
Staff were alerted in the early hours and began evacuating the centre. Many of the animals were moved to the education room when much of the centre became surrounded by flood water. The worst affected part of the centre is the cattery.
Elderly residents of a caravan park in Dorset have been rescued by the fire service. Gladelands Park in Ferndown had to be evacuated due to flooding.
This video from the East Sussex Wildlife Rescue Service shows the river at Hempstead Mill in Uckfield has flooded.
55 Flood Warnings remain in place in the South East this afternoon. Almost most 100 areas have been issued with Flood Alerts. For the latest information from the Environment Agency click here.
It's been a very busy 24 hours for fire services across the region. In hampshire alone, the services has received around 500 weather related calls at the major incident room.
Kent Fire received upto 600 calls between 6pm on Monday and 8am on Christmas Eve.
Meanwhile, Dorset Fire has had around 300 weather related calls. The service says officers have rescued 25 people from their cars in floodwater.
In Oxfordshire, Highways Officers dealt with more than 70 incidents involving fallen trees affecting roads overnight into Christmas Eve.
The wall of this house in Whitstable in Kent collapsed during the gale force wind and rain overnight.
Justin Harding from Hampshire Fire and Rescue tells us how his team is tackling the flood water on the Isle of Wight.