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Welfare Wednesdays

Catch up on our Welfare Wednesdays webinars.

Catch up on our Welfare Wednesdays webinars.

We’re very excited to announce that we’re launching “Welfare Wednesdays”: a series of conversational webinars aimed at covering a range of relevant topics that will run throughout the year.  Whether you are a professional rider, a competitive amateur, a happy hacker, a dedicated carer of a non-ridden horse or anyone who just loves horses, we want you all to be part of it.   

Throughout the series we will have speakers from within World Horse Welfare as well as expert support from friends of the charity, sharing their knowledge on key topics.  Towards the end of each session we promise to give you a chance to ask the experts some questions live.

If you can’t make a particular webinar or you miss part of it, don’t worry – they will all be recorded so you can catch up on them here afterwards!

Upcoming Welfare Wednesdays webinars

Our third webinar will take place on Wednesday 15th July.

Watch back previous Welfare Wednesdays webinars

“Protecting your horse from the (ever) growing threat of disease” – with world equine disease prevention and control expert Dr Richard Newton from the Animal Health Trust and our own Deputy Chief Executive and Director of UK Tony Tyler

“Maintaining your horse’s fitness over summer 2020” – with world class eventer Pippa Funnell and our own Adam Cummins, Centre Manager at Penny Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre

Is there a particular topic you think would make a great Welfare Wednesdays webinar subject? Do get in touch and let us know!

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