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Equine Grass Sickness: Exciting times ahead for this difficult and devastating disease of horses

The Moredun Foundation together with other organisations has produced a comprehensive new booklet on Equine Grass Sickness.

Survey shows dramatic effect of Covid-19 on equine rescue organisations

A survey showing the dramatic effect of Covid-19 on horse rescue organisations has fuelled fears of a worsening equine welfare crisis.

Fond farewell to Rehomed Horse of the Year 2019 Supreme Champion

A fond farewell has been said to Rehomed Horse of the Year 2019 Supreme Champion and family friend Ru after more than 25 years together.

Equine experts at UN event highlight importance of working animals for a sustainable future for all

By bringing together a group of experts from around the world, this webinar explores the multitude of positive benefits of working animals.

World Horse Welfare confirms its centres will remain closed to the public until 2021

After careful consideration, the charity has reluctantly decided to keep its Visitor Centres closed to the public until February (half-term) 2021.

View the UN HLPF Side Event online

The jointly-hosted event looked at Working animals: Climate change and public health issues in achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.

Equine charities invite stakeholders to UN event

The Donkey Sanctuary and World Horse Welfare will be hosting their first virtual side event at this year’s United Nations High Level Political Forum

Supporter inspired to set up hacking challenge gets riders fundraising countrywide

The fundraising challenge has proved incredibly popular with horses and riders of all ages around the country.

Charity’s appeal given boost on national radio by well-known TV gardener

TV gardener Alan Titchmarsh has lent his support – and voice – to our Welfare Line Appeal.

Fern had been neglected for weeks

Fern was in very poor condition but her life was transformed thanks to a call to our Welfare Line.

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