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A HORSE trekking centre is closing because the animals risk being injured by overweight riders. Babeny Farm at Poundsgate on Dartmoor, Devon will cease trading as a trekking centre in September after 35 years in business.Farm owner Dee Dee Wilkinson said the closure was partly due to an increase in larger visitors who were placing an “unfair” burden on the…

Shock as Injured Horse Abandoned at Crash Scene

Written by Thursday, 17 May 2018 09:37
The RSPCA is now appealing for the public's help in tracing those believed to be the animal's owners, after they left the injured horse at the scene. The charity has issued photographs of two men it wants to speak to about the incident which happened in Great Bridge Road, Bilston, West Midlands, on Sunday afternoon. The horse had been pulling…
In week that has seen two mum’s, both with very young children, win two of the most coveted prizes in the sport of Eventing, record crowds gathered at the Dodson & Horrell Chatsworth International Horse Trials where Britain’s Piggy French and her horse Quarrycrest Echo headed up the all-female Event Rider Masters podium in the first leg of the 2018…
A grandmother was surprised when a skinny and mite-covered horse was delivered at her house after her 13-year old granddaughter ordered in online. The young colt was abandoned at the back of a house in Smallthorne, Stoke-on-Trent, after the girl ordered the horse from an online advert and gave her grandmother’s address for delivery. The shocked nan, unsure what to…
It might have been only the third grand prix together for Charlotte Dujardin and Mount St John Freestyle but it was another winning one. The pair gained their third victory in The Al Shira’aa Grand Prix with Charlotte heading off trainer, mentor and British team mate Carl Hester with Hawtins Delicato. Freestyle, a nine-year-old mare owned by Emma Blundell of…
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