The equines [horse, Equus ferus caballus Linnaeus; donkey or ass, Equus asinus Linnaeus; hinny (female)/ mule (male), Equus mulus (synonym) Linnaeus] are used for the heavy work in the most of the mountainous areas as well as in the cities. During September-2010 to January-2011, the present research was conducted to study the prevalence of infestation of gastrointestinal helminthes parasites in locally available equines in different areas of Peshawar, Pakistan. For this purpose, 96 faecal samples of E. ferus, 81 of E. asinus and 31 of E. mulus were collected. The young stages equines, those were highly effective to gastrointestinal helminthes parasites have more stunted growth. This study shows that working equines in different areas of Peshawer, Pakistan are infected with middle to low range of gastrointestinal helminthes parasites and are representatives of the important pathogenic parasites found in equines worldwide. It can be concluded that good management practices, education and awareness of the equines holders is of prime importance in reducing helminthes infestation in equines to utilize its maximum efficiencies.