There are many ways that you can help us at Moorcroft…

Simply click on the button below to securely donate via Charities Aid Foundation:





  • Become a 'Friend' of Moorcroft and make a regular donation
  • Leave us a legacy
  • Donate via our Amazon Wish List - there are plenty of items we need and use daily
  • Donate auction or raffle prizes to our fundraising events
  • Sponsor an event or item of equipment
  • Organise an event on our behalf
  • Assist with yard, grounds or office duties
  • Rehome one of our horses
  • Sponsor the rehabilitation of a horse
  • By downloading the application form here moorcroft-donation-form.pdf


At Moorcroft we have many ex-racehorses in need of rehabilitation and re-training and it is a costly and time consuming job.

We are thrilled to have received a very generous donation from Support Adoption for Pets which will go,  in no small way,  to paying our very important vets bills which are very high,  as these horses come with many injuries that need sorting before their re-training can begin. They all deserve that second chance of a healthy career after their racing career has ended, usually with injuries.

We wish to express our support and our gratitude to this wonderful organisation who have been very supportive of our work and have a great understanding of what goes in to getting horses ready for re-homing so they can be assured of a healthy future. If you support Support Adoption for Pets please continue to do so and if not please see their website for more information.

Anne from East Sussex

I thought I would just drop you a line on how much I enjoyed the six week evening course back in October.  I found the weekly sessions not only informative but most enjoyable as well.  I thought each evening was pitched at the right level for the audience present, which varied from quite experienced horse people down to my level of being completely self taught.  The simple examples you used to demonstrate the possible back problems horses have when they first come to Moorcroft and how, with the correct care and retraining methods, they can go on to lead very useful and enjoyable lives in the future.