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Nineteen fly-grazed Shire horses rescued from Kidderminster

Six charities joined forces to rescue 19 fly-grazing Shire horses from Kidderminster.

Project takes first step towards lightening the load for horses

Last week (4 – 8 September) researchers have taken the first step towards tackling the issue of rider weight, investigating whether there are any short term measurable differences when horses are ridden by different sized riders.

Pony found eaten alive by maggots is crowned show ring champion

World Horse Welfare Buggy takes Rescue Pony Champion title at Equifest 2017

Petite rescue pony Pamela gets set for Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials 2017

Miniature hero standing at just 8.3hh is in training with top equestrian icons.

“More icing than cake” says World Horse Welfare CEO on winning RHS Chelsea Flower Show People’s Choice Award

World Horse Welfare Garden at RHS Chelsea Flower Show wins People's Choice Award for stunning artisan garden.

Appeal for information after third horse found dumped in less than two weeks

Charity calls for information after three horses are found dumped in less than three weeks.

Courageous mare found with skin falling off saves foals

Piebald mare Maggie was found with open sores all over her body and was caring for both her own foal and an orphan.

Report into the effectiveness of the Animal Welfare Act: Our views

The report published today contains a number of recommendations which we strongly support and could be very positive for UK animal welfare.

World Horse Welfare calls for CCTV in all of UK’s equine slaughterhouses

Campaign launched to make CCTV a legal requirement in order to safeguard equine welfare at slaughter.

Project empowers working horse owning communities through training and upskilling

World Horse Welfare’s project in Guatemala brings sustainable change for both people and working horses.

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