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Two people jailed after being convicted of numerous animal welfare charges

Inspectors found a "total animal welfare disaster" when they visited Ingst Manor Farm in 2015.

Responsibility for equine welfare is not a choice, it’s a duty and the equine sector must pull together

World Horse Welfare Annual Conference 2019 explored need for collective responsibility across the equine sector to tackle all elements of horse welfare head on.

‘Who is Responsible?’ asks World Horse Welfare at Annual Conference 2019

Leading names in the horse world will debate questions of responsibility for equine welfare.

Bids are open for World Horse Welfare’s World Horse Trail Sculptures

Interested in getting your hands on one of the stunning World Horse Trail sculptures? Don't miss this opportunity!

Technology triumphs to track down isolated ponies

Our latest film shows Field Officer Rachel Andrews taking on some of Britain’s least hospitable terrain to check on a remote herd of ponies.

October is Rehome A Horse Month

World Horse Welfare champions the benefits of rehoming while asking the public 'Why buy when you can rehome?’

Rehomed Horse of the Year 2019 competition

Find out more about our Rehomed Horse of the Year 2019 competition, including our exciting new categories and how to enter!

World Horse Welfare’s Glenda Spooner Farm to host first official visit for people with dementia

The charity's Glenda Spooner Farm has become a Purple Angel Dementia Awareness Accredited Centre and is set to host the first visit soon.

Expanded Penny Farm Visitor Centre receives royal stamp of approval – “Now it can play an even bigger role”

World Horse Welfare President HRH The Princess Royal formally opens expanded facilities at popular Lancashire attraction.

UK equine charities deliver training in Brazil to government officials from across the Americas

International Coalition for Working Equids charities deliver training at OIE seminar.

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