Around the world
There are around 100 million working equines in the developing world that fuel the economies of countries in Africa, Central America and Asia. Working horses lead demanding, exhausting lives made worse by the wounds and injuries they suffer through inadequate shoeing, harnesses and nutrition.
Our practical international training programmes improve horse care and livelihoods in some of the world's poorest communities. Our training teams work with horse-owning communities to identify the barriers to better horse care, teach them new skills and help them better feed and tend to their most important asset.
We currently work in eight countries, and you can find out more about how we work alongside horse owning communities and the kinds of training we provide below or using the links to the left of the page.