The Epona Trust

Contact Details


Pony and Horse Rescue centre reg association in France and reg charity in the UK. Charity shop and farm open to the public Wednesday and Saturday from March to January or by appointment. At 50320 La Lucerne d'Outremer.

Additional Information

The Epona Trust is registered both in England and in France and its purpose is to relieve the suffering of horses and ponies that are sick, abandoned, neglected, ill treated, and sometimes just too old, and to offer them a safe haven. No animal is refused. We provide board, accommodation and medical treatment for these beautiful animals. The sanctuary offers a tranquil and caring environment and provides permanent life long care. 

We offer an adoption scheme for some of the rescue animals, which is a wonderful way for anyone to be involved in the Trust, and at the same time be involved in the life of their chosen horse or pony. An adoption pack will be given to any new adoptee, and newsletters and photographs will be sent by email or post to keep you up to speed with your chosen horse or pony. An adoption form is available from the adoption page.

If you have any questions, please contact us through our contact page, and we will aim to reply to you as soon as possible.


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