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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…
Animal advocates are taking legal action to stop the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) from performing cruel and dangerous sterilization surgeries on wild mares in Oregon. Despite public outcry and opposition from veterinarians, the BLM intends to perform controversial and inhumane sterilization surgeries that would remove the ovaries of 100 wild mares, including pregnant mares, from the Warm Springs Herd…

Digby, UK's first Guide Horse's Training Going Well

Written by Tuesday, 02 October 2018 10:06
A miniature horse in training to be a blind man scared of dogs could be Britain’s smartest steed – as he can already cross roads, find post boxes and activate traffic lights. Two-year-old Digby, a two foot tall American miniature horse from Northallerton, Yorks, has spent the last year training to become the UK’s first guide horse. Once fully trained,…
Good news! After months of surgery and medical treatment, Cinders has made a remarkable recovery from the horrific acid burns five months ago. She will now have a very comfortable life at a beautiful country house in North Yorkshire where she will be cared for by some amazing people who are well known to the team at Rainbow, the equine hospital where…
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