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What does biosecurity mean and how do you quarantine a new horse?

Research and Education Officer Alana Chapman shares simple steps you can take to prevent an outbreak of disease on your yard.

Top tips and practical advice on managing your horse’s weight to keep them healthy

Assistant Centre Manager Sara Jerman explains practical ways to manage your horse’s nutritional intake and keep them at a healthy weight.

Preparation and practice: key aspects to loading and travelling your horse safely

Research and Education Officer Alana Chapman shares expert advice on how to give your horse the best chance of loading and travelling safely and calmly.

Bringing horses back into work: how to restart youngsters, progress a horse’s rehab or get an all-rounder fit

Want to find out more about bringing horses back into work? Check out expert advice from Adam Cummins, Centre Manager at Penny Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre.

Ever wondered what a day in the life of a World Horse Welfare groom is like? Read on to find out!

Groom Lauren has been a member of the Penny Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre since 2015 – find out how her day pans out during lockdown.

Sweet itch: what is it and how do we manage our ponies who have it?

Glenda Spooner Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre Assistant Centre Manager Sara Jerman explains more.

Can you cut the costs of horse ownership without compromising on their care?

Chief Field Officer Claire Gordon looks at ways to cut costs without compromising on care.

Laminitis: what is it, why do horses get it and how is it treated?

Head of UK Support Sam Chubbock explains what laminitis is, what causes it and how it can be treated.

Behind the scenes: the first few months as a World Horse Field Officer

Find out what really goes on behind the scenes as a World Horse Welfare Field Officer.

A day with the vet: scans and x-rays

Claire Dickie, Glenda Spooner Farm Centre Manager, describes some of the cases looked at in the course of a vet day.

Analysing the success of community projects in Senegal

Bursary student Faye Al-Nakeeb takes a look at the impact of our project in Senegal on the welfare of local working equines.

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