Click on any news title to view the full details.
A starving pregnant mare rescued by the RSPCA has been reunited with her owner six years after being stolen.
A woman has been banned from keeping horses for life after three of her Shetland ponies were found in such an emaciated state they struggled to stand up and had to be supported by passers-by.
Shetland cross Shadow wins the World Horse Welfare’s first Rehomed Horse of the Year competition.
HorseWorld has expressed relief after a horse trader believed to be responsible for up to 2,500 horses was convicted of causing unnecessary suffering to 18 horses by magistrates in Cardiff.
Toxins from the seeds of the tree Acer pseudoplatanus are the likely cause of Atypical Myopathy (AM) in Europe, concludes a new study published this month in the Equine Veterinary Journal (EVJ)1.
The actor Martin Clunes was presented with a special commendation at yesterday’s National Equine Forum (NEF), Tuesday 5th March 2013.
A horse found collapsed in Swanley in Kent in the middle of the night appears to have been dumped by her owner because of her injuries.
Redwings, the UK’s largest horse sanctuary, is asking horse owners to get clued up on Strangles with a brand new information pack.
Mistletoe, who was rescued last Christmas, is now helping to raise much needed funds for rescued horses and ponies by being the face of World Horse Welfare’s Christmas campaign.
A Sheffield man has been disqualified from keeping all equines for five years after a mare and foal that he owned were found to be in an emaciated condition by a World Horse Welfare Field Officer.