Find out more about the recent House of Lords debate on equine welfare in the UK
Youngster Banjo found with painful sores makes amazing recovery
World Horse Welfare Chairman, Barry Johnson, will retire from his post at the end of 2016 after five years in the position, having been a Trustee of World Horse Welfare since 2007.
The time is now for coordinated action to make improved welfare a reality for working equids across the world - that is the message of four equine charities who have come together to promote global welfare standards adopted this year by the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE).
Norfolk father and son who ran Rainbow Meadows Horse Sanctuary prosecuted for cruelty
Maggie was found with open sores all over her body and was caring for both her own foal and an orphan