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When does use become abuse with horses? World-class gathering tackle complex question
Trying to identify and define where use of horses becomes abuse was explored at World Horse Welfare's 25th conference.
International conference considers “When does use become abuse?”
“When does use become abuse?” is the question that will be explored by experts across the horse world and beyond on Thursday November 10th.
The cost of a coffee can improve the lives of the horses – and the people – who transport it
Do you know about the close links between your cup of coffee and the working horses and their owners in Colombia?
Charities combine strength for the benefit of horse welfare
Staff at Hall Farm and Penny Farm welcomed groups of new RSPCA recruits for training.
Great opportunity ahead thanks to grant from The Pets At Home Foundation
The grant will help transform the isolation facilities at our Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre, in Norfolk.
Learning how to protect equestrianism’s social licence from other industries’ experiences
Threats and potential solutions around equestrian sport’s social licence have been reviewed in a recently published paper.
Welcome recommendations to improve welfare in international horse transport law.
Shorter journeys, more space and better training for those involved in the transport of horses in the European Food Safety Authority report.
Suspended jail sentence for woman who failed to care for more than 130 horses
Christine Kelly disqualified from keeping animals for life after being convicted of 15 offences.
How has handsome Andy not been rehomed yet?
Andy's grooms at Hall Farm can’t believe that the handsome Lusitano hasn’t been snapped up already.