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Racing has been resumed. However, horse owners are urged to continue to be vigilant for symptoms of equine flu – coughing, nasal discharge, loss of appetite, lethargy – and to call their vet if they think their horses are showing signs. The latest advice on how we can keep our horses safe. The advice below has been put together by…

Digby, the miniature guide horse grows too big!

Written by Monday, 19 November 2018 11:34
Digby is the nation's first guide horse. He has been recieving special training from Katy Smith, who runs KL Pony Therapy in North Yorkshire. Katy has trained Digby from a foal to help the partially sighted in their daily lives and it was hoped that he was to spend his life helping BBC journalist  Mohammed Salim Patel, who has a degenerative eye condition…
Wildfires have once again started to spread across California – forcing people and animals to evacuate. The Woolsey fire, just one of the current three fires, burned its way into Malibu. The fast moving flames gave residents little time to evacuate, but some pet owners refused to leave their beloved animals behind. As smoke filled the air, making it hard…
Ben Maher (GBR) crowned a season of a lifetime winning the LGCT Grand Prix final in Doha at the weekend on the superstar young stallion Explosion W and was crowned the new 2018 Champion of Champions. It was to be a double celebration for Maher too. His London Knights squad also wrapped up the team Global Champions League title. It…
A TEENAGER who was born with dwarfism is fulfilling her dream of becoming a professional horse rider and says it has helped her accept her disability. Megan Gregory, from Croydon, was born with Achondroplasia – a type of dwarfism that affects the growth of arms and other long bones. In addition to this, Megan has a frontal bossing on the…
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