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Tammy had horrific wounds when she arrived at World Horse Welfare Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre.
One of the most popular equine calendars is back with a storm – all in the name of charity.
A yearling found frightened and badly entangled in baler twine at the side of the road is well on her way to recovery after arriving at World Horse Welfare's Penny Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre near Blackpool two weeks ago.
World Horse Welfare today releases perhaps our most hard-hitting film to date showing the tragic story of a mare called Rhoswyn and our efforts to help her.
World Horse Welfare calls for a more open debate on stabling horses following latest research findings
A new report from researchers at Nottingham Trent University has highlighted the potential negative welfare consequences of a commonly used stable design.
Largest horse rescue and rehoming charity in Britain announces collaboration with Retraining of Racehorses
World Horse Welfare and British Horseracing’s official charity, Retraining of Racehorses (RoR), have agreed to collaborate on a pilot scheme.
Once a rescue horse from a sad background, Major, the Highland Pony, now lives a life of luxury on the shores of Loch Ness, in Scotland – and occasionally he likes to walk through the Loch Ness waters.
Equine obesity is an increasing but under-recognised welfare issue in the UK.
World Horse Welfare Chief Executive Roly Owers lends his support to the world’s most extensive study into the effect of arena surfaces on the orthopaedic health of sport horses (in the seven FEI disciplines and in racing).
While dozens of flood warnings remain in place across the UK, it is not just people that bear the brunt of the drastic weather.