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Keeping Mrs Potts at a healthy weight has been a challenge but now, with the support of feed company Baileys Horse Feeds, a healthy balance has been found.
With many of the horses coming into our care arriving either over or underweight, a weighbridge is vital to monitor their progress accurately.
A herd of underweight Thoroughbred horses are making excellent progress in their recovery thanks to the support of feed company, Baileys Horse Feeds.
We’re really excited to be reopening after being closed to the public for almost 18 months due to the pandemic.
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.
Find out how the current situation in the UK is affecting our work helping horses in light of the latest Government advice on coronavirus.
YouTube star This Esme recently visited Glenda Spooner Farm to find out just what it's like to be a World Horse Welfare groom.
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.