World Horse Welfare has released the third in the series of Rehome a Horse Month stories and we just had to share!

Read World Horse Welfare Baron’s full story here: http://bit.ly/1kwOasp

After 14 years of providing local school groups, nurseries, children with special needs and many tourists with fun-filled but gentle rides at Glasgow’s Pollok Park via the traditional dray, World Horse Welfare Baron has decided that it’s time to park the wheels and put up his hooves.

Lorraine Clark, Head Carter at Pollok Country Park, who has been with Baron from the very beginning, tells us she’s ‘absolutely gutted’ that it’s time to part from ‘her boy’, inside the story that tells the heart-warming tale of two best friends: http://bit.ly/1kwOasp

Keep an eye on the incredible horses currently up for rehoming on the charity’s website. Every single horse is unique and, as you can see for yourselves, often have the most wonderful talents. See Baron as a giant sculpture in Scotland: http://bit.ly/1h8IghB

To meet all of World Horse Welfare’s horses and ponies who are ready to be rehomed visit www.worldhorsewelfare.org/rehoming or contact a rehoming centre near you www.worldhorsewelfare.org/visit-us