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When Haggis was found he was riddled with lice, grossly overweight and showing signs of laminitis, an extremely painful and sometimes fatal condition affecting horses’ hooves.
In a joint operation led by the RSPCA, 111 equines were removed from Spindles Farm in January 2008.
World Horse Welfare is very concerned to learn of a second case of Equine Infectious Anaemia (Swamp Fever) in the UK this month.
Campaign to end the long-distance transportation of horses to slaughter in Europe receives a boost with publication of recommendations from a panel of experts that include a cap on journey times and improved welfare conditions for horses.
Leading equine charity welcomes FEI decision on non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs.
An 18 year old man from Guildford has been banned from keeping horses for two years after he pleaded guilty to failing to provide veterinary treatment to a pony with a horrific eye injury.