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Pony rescued after skin ‘eaten alive’ by maggot infestation

World Horse Welfare and RSPCA calling for information on group of ponies found in Hillam.

Field Officer finds horses tied to the wheels of cars on front drive of house

World Horse Welfare Field Officer Nick White is used to dealing with the many horses living in London, and knows from past experience that anything can happen and usually does.

Charities warn owners to exercise caution when finding horses new homes

World Horse Welfare and Retraining of Racehorses highlight opportunities available when finding a horse a new home.

Charities work together to safeguard welfare of over 40 horses

Joint operation between World Horse Welfare, RSPCA, Redwings and The Donkey Sanctuary removes horses to safety.

World Horse Welfare RoR pilot scheme sees first horse rehomed

World Horse Welfare’s pilot scheme with Retraining of Racehorses (RoR) has reached a milestone as Wold’s Agent (Ollie), the first horse to join the scheme, has found a new home.

Subjected to horrendous pain, Tammy makes a miraculous recovery

Tammy had horrific wounds when she arrived at World Horse Welfare Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre.

Hold on to your… hats? The Hunks and Horses are back!

One of the most popular equine calendars is back with a storm – all in the name of charity.

Yearling saved from baler twine tangle after inappropriate tethering

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.

Film showing tragic story of mare Rhosywn captures impact of horse crisis

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.

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