World Horse Welfare training of specials on horseback a success
World Horse Welfare’s training of Norfolk Constabulary’s specials on horseback has been a success.
One million signature petition proves overwhelming support for shorter journey times for horses transported to slaughter
A petition pushing for a reduction in journey times for live animals transported for slaughter across Europe has now received more than one million signatures, reinforcing World Horse Welfare’s long running transportation campaign.
World Horse Welfare urges horse owners to think twice before taking on too many animals
World Horse Welfare is urging horse owners across the UK to think twice before taking on too many animals as the charity’s Field Officers are seeing an unprecedented number of welfare cases involving large groups of horses.
Kent woman found guilty of causing her horses to suffer
A woman from Kent has been found guilty of causing neglect to six of her horses and sentenced to a five year ban from keeping horses after they were found in a ‘terrible condition’.