An animal sanctuary in Somerset have two beautiful young horses in need of a home.
5-year-old Sydney was found with a group of 14 other pregnant mares.
She gave birth to a daughter - India - in April at the Ferne Animal Sanctuary in Wambrook, near Chard.
Now both are in excellent health and in need of loving homes.
- A big girl, expected to make at least 14.2 hands high
- When grown she'll be suitable for riding or being broken to harness
- Very well handled and can lead, be groomed and pick her feet up
- Ideally would love a playmate of similar age
- It’s unknown if she has ever had any training.
- She has had quite an unpleasant life and is often on the defence - but with some time and tender loving care, she should come round and be a lovely pony.
Abandoned ponies are now a huge problem throughout the UK.
Horses like these rely on charities to take them in, or they wouldn't have survived.
- Anyone who can help should contact Nikki Haddock at Ferne Animal Sanctuary on 01460 65214.
A pony has been rescued after it fell down a well in Somerset. More than thirty firefighters and other rescue workers came to the aid of the animal before they managed to pull her to safety using a winch. She's now back with her owners, safe and well.