WCET Re-homing Process
“The reward in re-homing one of our horses is priceless, but to ensure the well-being of our horses we have a procedure that applies in order to re-home them.
- The person must personally see the horse and they’re welcome to try it out
- An Application form is completed
- A property inspection is undertaken (a paddock with acceptable fencing, a stable or 3-sided shelter with a solid roof, constant access to fresh water and quality feed, etc)
- If acceptable, a Rehoming Agreement is completed
- A Rehoming fee is paid
- A Vet check is recommended
- Transport is the responsibility of the owner
We do an annual inspection of the horses and ask that owners keep us posted of the horse’s progress. A horse can be moved or sold on but the WCET must be informed before the horse is sold or moving in order for the WCET to do a home check of the new premises before anything can happen. All of the standard Re-Homing procedures will apply to the next ‘owner’. It is imperative that the WCET is at all times aware of the whereabouts and well being of the horse.