Equestrian Needs Ltd


Looking for a horse?

Would you like to hear about a horse or pony you owned? perhaps you have given a horse a loving home and would like to know more about their history?

Sometimes we would like to know more to help us understand our horse's behaviour or we are just curious about where they have been, what they did and how they came to be with us. To help you, why not place a FREE advert with us?

Help features are available to guide you through every step and ensure you get the most from your advert.

You can add up to 4 photos, You Tube footage, links to web or social media sites as well as printing your advert as a poster to place locally or email it direct to friends. All adverts are published immediately and any changes can be made easily by logging into your account.

If you have placed an advert with us before you will already hold an account, therefore you will need to first login.

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What happens next?

Step 1 Advert Details

You will be asked to complete a form which contains all the key information needed to sell your horse. You can add up to 4 photos, along with You Tube Footage and links to your website or Facebook page.

Step 2 Preview Advert

After completing the form, you will be given the opportunity to view the advert as it will be seen by the public when it's published. There is an edit facility which allows you to make any changes or updates.

Step 3 Confirm

All adverts for tracing horses are FREE so simply confirm you are happy for the advert to be published.

Step 4 Advert Published Immediately

Your advert will be published immediately and will appear on our Social Media Sites (Facebook Page and Twitter) within a few days. Don't forget you can print your advert as an A4 poster to place or locally or email it to friends.

Changing your Advert

You will be able to update or amend your advert at anytime during the listing. This can be done by logging into the website using the email and password requested during Step 1. Alternatively, we are happy to make any changes for you.

Helpful Organisations

National Equine Database