World Horse Welfare

The RSPCA and horse charities joined forces to hold a training session to help local councils be better prepared to deal with equine issues in their areas.

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Animal rescue charity, HorseWorld welcomed two members of staff from Lansdown Place Wealth Management Ltd who came to present a cheque for £500 last week.

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A horse found emaciated and almost too weak to stand has beaten all of the odds to be awarded Supreme Champion in World Horse Welfare’s Rehomed Horse of the Year 2016 thanks to the Tweeddale family who rehomed him two years ago.

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Leading international charity, World Horse Welfare, has released a shocking new account showing the physical and mental impact long-distance transportation to slaughter has on the horses who are forced to spend up to 24 hours on the road at a time before being unloaded to rest.

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World Horse Welfare is urging the public to consider rehoming as the charity highlights the horses and ponies on its rehoming scheme who have been waiting the longest for a loving home.

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Rescue horses and ponies will be putting their best hooves forward at the 2016 Royal Norfolk Show in June to compete in brand new showing classes dedicated to rehomed equines and sponsored by charity, World Horse Welfare.

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As part of its ‘invisible horse’ initiative and in the run up to Mother’s Day, World Horse Welfare is highlighting the far-reaching implications of irresponsible breeding on the mares, foals and the charity’s resources.

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World Horse Welfare has produced an innovative short film featuring a number of its rescue horses which is aimed at motivating horse owners to join the CARE About Laminitis study and drive research to identify risk factors for the disease.

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A herd of horse sculptures will be joining competitors at the 2016 Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials as part of World Horse Welfare’s ‘Invisible Horse Trail’ created by celebrated sculptor and designer, Judy Boyt and working in partnership with a number of the UK’s best artists.

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World Horse Welfare is launching a year-long campaign to shine a spotlight on the suffering endured by the world’s 'invisible' horses and calls on the public to be vigilant for dumped or abandoned foals and youngsters in first part of the campaign.

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