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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.

‘Control of Horses Act is seeing results – but more needs to be done’

The Act which came into force in May 2015 has reduced fly-grazing and added a vital tool in improving equine welfare.

Four deserving horses find happiness with Melanie and John Bishop

John and Melanie Bishop rehome from World Horse Welfare.

Catalina’s invisible suffering

We shed a light on Catalina's suffering - now she is healthy and her wounds are healed.

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.

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