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Statement on BBC Panorama programme – The Dark Side of Horse Racing
Joint statement from BHS, Blue Cross, Bransby Horses, Horse World, Redwings, RSPCA and World Horse Welfare.
Dismay at misrepresentation of World Horse Welfare’s views
Charity sets record straight about its views on equine mental health and solutions for horses who have lost a companion.
Rescue cobs are in possession of rather “Austen-tatious” names
Having been in a sorry state, the future is now bright for Mr Bingley, Mr Bennet and Mr Darcy.
Continuing Covid restrictions delay Visitor Centre reopening
In light of the announcement of Covid-19 restrictions continuing into July, we have taken the difficult decision to postpone reopening our Rescue and Rehoming Centres to visitors.
Pony who suffered horrific injury is now farm favourite
Moses has been transformed into a stunning, cheeky young cob and is now Sponsor a Stableyard cover star.
World Horse Welfare welcomes proposed ban on export for slaughter
The Animal Welfare (Kept Animals) Bill includes legislative proposals on live exports for slaughter and livestock worrying - both relevant to equines
World Horse Welfare delivers evidence integral to improving welfare of post-Brexit international transport of horses
World Horse Welfare gives evidence to an Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (EFRA) Commons Select Committee
Royal President visits World Horse Welfare in Norfolk
HRH The Princess Royal visited the Norfolk centre of Britain’s largest equine rescue and rehoming charity on 11th May.
‘Once in a generation’ opportunity to protect animals
50 Animal charities unite to urge Government not to waste ‘once in a generation’ opportunity to protect animals.
Bitter disappointment at overturning of animal abuse conviction
World Horse Welfare is bitterly disappointed about the overturning of a 20-year suspension of a UAE endurance rider.