The Pony Club is helping the Blue Cross (an animal charity) to find forever homes for a group of ponies rescued from Bodmin Moor.
Pony Club members are often perfect for rescued ponies as these horses need homes with lots of knowledge.
Last autumn, several horse charities helped to round up, health check, microchip and provide passports for some of the ponies on Bodmin, many of whom where struggling to survive because there were too many ponies and not enough grazing.
Ponies that didn't have any owners were taken to the Blue Cross, Redwings and other charities to find them new homes.
Pony Club Chairman, Mary Tuckett, said: “The Pony Club is delighted to be backing Blue Cross in their appeal to find homes for the ponies rescued from Bodmin Moor.
"Blue Cross has been a long term and much-valued supporter of The Pony Club, and currently sponsors the popular Horse and Pony Care Competition at The Pony Club Championships and our Equine Welfare Badge.
"The work of the Blue Cross is truly remarkable, and we have seen numerous horses and ponies rehomed with Pony Club families throughout the years; a number of which have gone on to compete at Championship level.
"We hope we have helped improve the lives of these horses and ponies, and others in the future by advertising them on the classified section of our website.”
Fowey and Jamaica are two ponies rescued from Bodmin Moor. They're both 11.3hh two-year-old geldings.
When they arrived at Blue Cross they were very wary of people but with patient and consistent handling they are now being won round.
Both ponies need homes with someone experienced with young and nervous ponies, where they are likely to blossom into little superstars.