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Tony Barnett has done amazingly with the forestry commission fight"Without horseytalk we might as well all dig a hole and jump into it."

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Yately Common, Hampshire

Why the proposed works are wrong

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Says Tony Barnett The objection to the occupation and application is because the land is registered common land, checks will show that it was registered under the 1965 CRA as a section 9, which means that the land is not freehold, it could not be registered as crown or demesne land for Quo Warranto 1189 and therefore not registered under the land registration Acts 1925 and 1936, no title deeds exist, there should be no difficulty in refusing the application

My advice to you is that the common land is a public amenity, it is also a commoners heritage and as such no one may enclose or deny the registered rights, which is "prairie" grazing and also to eastovers and other rights.

In this law on common lands, ancient rights of access, conveyance and the 2006 fraud act, which all meet at the same roads end, as far as I know, no one else will get involved, solicitors will not (well up against me anyway) neither will the courts come to that as its a very complex law.

The application reads that the area is close to the airport, but as my challenge to the airport staff for full disclosure, it can be taken that the buildings and flight path should have been removed post WW11.

The other meeting as is explained by PINS to for a site visit, this should not take place, it is registered common land (even the Queen may not develop the waste/common land on the Royal estates) the meeting for this is 8/11/2017 you will need to approach PINS with your and friends planned visit with them and BCA.

We have saved a lot of common lands and other rights, but residents need to become involved, put up a good fight and demand that proof of claims be disclosed and that the legislation on common law are also respected.

Yes PINS and applicants have agendas that do not match the rights of inhabitants of areas, PINS say they are autonomous but they had instructions prior to the quango replaced the Commons Commissioner which was to give consent to all applications regardless, also as the quango is not versed in conveyance law they are prevented from adjudication, but as applications to council planning is also only provisional until evidence is provided, nausea is felt by the public concerning the rapid theft of ancient rights to the countryside.

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Says Steve YandallThis sign is illegal

Equestrians are entitled to use this route - legally.
There are thousands of other illegal signs all over the country banning equestrians.

THEY MUST BE REMOVED

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Horse 'collapses with exhaustion'

Horse 'collapses with exhaustion' while trying to haul newlyweds' carriage up steep hill

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Temporary. What does it mean?Different inspectors have different meanings
For Chailey, it was 20-years.
For Chobham, it was six-months.
For Odiham, it was five-years x twice ......... read more

Blind singer airlifted to hospital

Blind singer airlifted to hospital

Blind opera singer Andrea Bocelli, 58, is airlifted to hospital after falling off a horse and hitting his head

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Gary FoggonExercises to get
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Black Country Saddles sponsored rider, Gary Foggon provides advice on exercises to get the dressage horse fit and the schooling routines he has developed.

Gary has up to six horses on his yard at any one time so good management is vital to make sure all the horses receive the required level of work and training they need to compete at the top level.

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New association launched for equestrian employers

The Equestrian Employers Association (EEA) has been launched by the British Grooms Association; a move which for the first time, will see employers have their own dedicated organisation.

The BGA has always had the 'support of employers' as one of its aims and are regularly contacted by employers asking a wide range of questions, highlighting the need for such dedicated support.

Lucy Katan, Executive Director of the BGA says, "The EEA is an obvious evolvement and we are pleased to launch an organisation that equestrian employers can belong to. We understand that it can be a challenge to employ staff in the equine world for a number of reasons, and we hope this development will enable more to utilise the great support, advice and tool that is bespoke for all that employ staff."

With many employers already signed up and supporting the EEA, Event Rider and Employer Francis Whittington says, "I am delighted to support the creation of this much needed organisation for equestrian employers, something which has been missing in our industry for a number of years. As an employer myself I recognise the huge value in the education of employers and I hope that others join the EEA."

The EEA offers employers a complete toolkit, practical support and advice when it comes to managing your yard and employing staff, a free contract creator for members and a free legal helpline.

To find out more visit www.equestrianemployers.org.uk or visit the facebook page at facebook.com/EquestrianEmployers/.

Says Sally Edwards and Jo WareFrensham Common, rrey

Official. The National Trust does not own or have any other interest on the common land apart from the burial mounds .............. read more

Dog walker, 61, hurled rock at horse during 'aggressive' foul-mouthed outburst over animals 'tearing up' a country pathway

Dog walker, 61, hurled rock at horse during 'aggressive' foul-mouthed outburst over animals 'tearing up' a country pathway

Soil expert Dr David Farley blocked Laura Campbell and Danielle Lavery with his arms stretched out

The angry academic thew a stone at Miss Campbell's horse that unseated her

He said he threw a teddy bear's head for his dog but was yesterday found guilty

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"The man at the council offices in the Isle of Wight said that if they stopped adopting/resurfacing bridle paths, the council would need to close down that department" - Tony Barnett

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Says Sandra Smith

Says Sandra SmithThe speed required to ensure that a gate closes is greater than the velocity required to amputate a finger, crush a child or the head of a dog, trap a push or wheelchair, or – literally - tear a hole in the side of a horse ......... read more

Road safety

Gary Foggon eager to raise awareness with horse owners and riders - after being involved in an accident

Gary Foggon eager to raise awareness with horse owners and riders - after being involved in an accident

Following a recent collision with a car, leading rider Gary Foggon wants to raise awareness with other horse owners and riders with regards to road safety issues.

On a recent sunny morning ride Gary had been enjoying a pleasant hack on his event horse Charlie. Suddenly, he felt Charlie's legs giving way beneath him, and he quickly realised that a car had collided into the back of them.

Gary and Charlie both fell to the floor and Charlie started galloping off in a blind panic. Fortunately, Charlie responded to Gary's voice and therefore calmed down.

This has prompted Black Country Saddles sponsored rider Gary to take the opportunity to promote road safety issues for all when out riding.

Said Gary: "I would urge all riders to wear appropriate safety clothing even on a hot sunny day.  This accident was really traumatic and obviously upsetting and you always have to consider the possibility of serious injury or indeed permanent damage to yourself or your horse.

"Our roads are usually wide enough for horses to share with cars, but tolerance and understanding on both sides is always an absolute necessity.

"I would encourage all riders to learn basic first aid for both horse and rider.

Gary Foggon eager to raise awareness with horse owners and riders - after being involved in an accident

"I would also recommend that riders carry a mobile phone with them, should they need to use it in an emergency and it is useful to carry written contact details of who can be contacted in an emergency."

Horses are powerful animals that are easily frightened and can panic, especially near fast-moving traffic.

Horse riders should obviously be conversant with the Highway Code – as should motorists of course.

This is a subject that attracts a lot of on-going debate though the ultimate aim is for all those using the roads to be able to do so safely.

The BHS and Maureen Comber

How the BHS treats somebody who has been a loyal, dedicated and hard-working member for over 50 years.

DAY 1168

It is now 1168 days since the BHS shamefully dismissed Maureen Comber after more than 50-years of dedicated and hard-working service.

Maureen ComberStill no regret.

Still no sympathy.

Still no apology.

What is more they have still not paid her back the outstanding money they owe her.

How long can the BHS continue to behave in this disgraceful manner?

Other hard-working BHS members and volunteers beware. This is obviously the way you are going to be treated one day.

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International Helmet Awareness Day .....

Says Adrienne Yentis

Says Adrienne YentisA friend of mine recently was riding on the heath
and she came across a group of cattle strung out across the bridlepath with no way through – the only way off was to turn round. Fortunately her horse
remained calm throughout. But you can imagine how a nervous horse might react ........... read more

Anti-hunting proposals

Full guide to voting at the National Trust AGM

Full guide to voting at the National Trust AGM

At the National Trust AGM on 21st October 2017 there will be a vote on a members' resolution which proposes to ban trail-hunting on NT land.

The Countryside Alliance is urging all members to vote AGAINST this resolution.

Please find below details of how to vote – either in person at the AGM, or by proxy either online or by post.

Details .......

Says Linda Wright

Says Linda WrightWe moved to a Shropshire location a year ago having surveyed the local OS map and noted the significant number of bridleways around the property. Sadly the map appears a total fiction. Scarce any of the bridleways are usable ........... read more

Owner of Emaciated Horse Left with an Untreated Lice Infestation Banned from Keeping Equines for Life

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Philip Strachan (D.O.B 3.10.52) of Stocks Drive, Goole, appeared at Beverley Magistrates Court on Wednesday (6th Sept) and pleaded guilty to causing unnecessary suffering and failing to meet the needs of an aged Thoroughbred mare in his care.

Mr Strachan admitted offences under Section 4 and Section 9 of the Animal Welfare Act 2006, in a prosecution case brought by the RSPCA, after his elderly mare, Tessa, was found severely emaciated, suffering a severe lice infestation and open wound which had not been treated. In addition, she only had access to a shelter with filthy bedding.

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World Horse Welfare Field Officer, Sarah Tucker, was alerted to the horse being kept in the village of Lund, East Yorkshire, by a caller to the charity's welfare line in March 2017. She said:

"I attended the location on a cold, miserable wet day where I found a bay Thoroughbred-type mare wearing a thin blue rug. Even through the rug I could see her hips and pelvic bones sticking out. There was a man-made shelter within the field which had dirty, wet faecal contaminated bedding inside.. I contacted RSPCA Inspector Claire Mitchell and Veterinary Surgeon, Kirsty Nelson of Aldgate Vets, Driffield, and asked them to attend the location. Once they arrived, we removed the rug and found a large wound on her withers that had scabbed and had become attached to the rug. Her coat was dull and she had a severe lice infestation.

"Even through the rug I could see her hips and pelvic bones sticking out."

"Tessa was an old mare who should have been receiving extra care, not to be left in a field struggling. Seeing her stood alone in the field with only a thin sheet for warmth she looked in a pitiful state, all of her bones were protruding and her body was covered in lice. Seeing any animal in an emaciated state is shocking but this situation was totally unnecessary and could easily been prevented by providing basic care with palatable food,  a deep clean bed and an appropriate rug to help maintain body condition.

Owner banned for lifeTessa was suffering with a large untreated wound on her withers

"Caring for an elderly animal always comes with additional challenges but it is vital that owners seek regular veterinary advice and ensure their needs are being met. It is unacceptable to leave any animal in its twilight years without providing additional care. Anyone concerned about a horse or in need of advice should call World Horse Welfare's welfare line on 08000 480 180."

RSPCA Inspector Claire Mitchell said: "Tessa was the thinnest horse I have ever seen. She was very wobbly on her feet and in the state she was in, at her age, the outlook wasn't good.

"Tessa was the thinnest horse I have ever seen."

"This was a really sad and upsetting case - all animals need a bit of extra TLC when they get older but Tessa didn't get it, and she suffered as a result.

"Just because an animal is aged doesn't mean it is normal and okay for him or her to be suffering - if you've got an old animal and they are thin or ill then there is something wrong and they need to be seen by a vet."

Owner banned for life from keeping equinesTessa when she was found

Tessa was removed to safety and a place where she could receive the dedicated care and veterinary attention she so desperately needed but unfortunately she was in such a terrible state that she collapsed and the decision was sadly made to put her to sleep 72 hours after her rescue.

Philip Strachan was disqualified from keeping all equines for life, a 12 week custodial sentence suspended for 12 months and ordered to pay £300 in costs.

In mitigation the court heard that the defendant was very sorry for what had happened.

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Says Maureen ComberI have been given an ASBO by the Hampshire County Council for standing up for riders rights.

How many other people have been silenced by Hampshire County Council? ........... read more

The Godolphin Stud and Stable Staff Awards

Now open for nominations The Godolphin Stud and Stable Staff Awards, set up to recognise and reward the hard work of British Horseracing's stud and stable staff employees, are now in their 14th year. The awards are run by the British Horseracing Authority, generously sponsored by Godolphin and in association with the Racing Post.

There is more than £120,000 in prize money offered by Godolphin and the winners and runners-up will be revealed during an evening awards ceremony held on Monday, 19 February 2017 at the Jumeirah Carlton Tower Hotel in London.

This year the nomination period opened on the final day of Racing Staff Week to encourage an even higher number of nominations from yards and studs.
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Tiny Pony Found Fighting for his Life Looks Forward to Bright Future

World Horse Welfare Star

A tiny young pony, Star, who was found emaciated and almost too weak to stand shortly before Christmas 2016 has made an amazing recovery and is the latest pony to join World Horse Welfare's adoption scheme.

Star grazing Star at World Horse Welfare Hall Farm

World Horse Welfare Field Officer, Sarah Smith, first came across Star in November when she was called out to a welfare concern in Kent. She said:

"Star and another pony, Tinsel, had both been abandoned by their owner at less than a year old and were both in a terrible condition. Star had a thick coat and it was only when I actually put my hands on him that I realised there was very little underneath, it was like feeling a skeleton covered in fur  – he was completely emaciated and  very weak, being unable to get to his feet without assistance. I noticed that both he and Tinsel had scabs and abscesses on their throats which combined with their dull demeanour indicated they might be suffering from Strangles, a highly infectious disease which can be fatal if left untreated.

Star and Tinsel foundStar and Tinsel when they were found, Dec 2016

"Star and Tinsel were transported to a holding yard and kept in isolation, then when they had built up enough strength to travel they were moved to World Horse Welfare's Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre in Norfolk where they could begin their rehabilitation. On arrival Star weighed just 42 kilograms which is hardly anything, even for a pony of his small size.

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"Strangles is extremely contagious and so it was vital that Star and Tinsel remain in isolation until they were completely clear of the disease which took six months in total. During this time, the team at Hall Farm worked hard to build Star's trust in humans and his confidence began to grow as his condition improved.

"Star is now a happy, healthy young pony having almost doubled in weight and loves spending his days out in the field, enjoying the sunshine and meeting visitors to the farm. He's made an amazing transformation and whilst he might be one of the smallest ponies at the farm standing at little over 80cm high, he certainly has one of the biggest characters!"

star and amy

Star will now replace India as the adoption horse at World Horse Welfare's Hall Farm. Supporters can keep up with all Star's news through the Adopt a Horse Scheme. India is currently fostering two orphaned foals but will soon find a new home on World Horse Welfare's rehoming scheme. To adopt Star visit: www.worldhorsewelfare.org/adopt

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Says Tony BarnettGATES OR STILE’S WILL ONLY BE LAWFUL AS LONG AS THE REASONS FOR THE INSTALLATIONS ARE SERVING THE PURPOSE FOR WHICH THEY WERE INTENDED.

ANY STOPPING UP OR CLOSING OFF OF RIGHTS OF WAY SHOULD BE CHALLENGED FOR APPROVAL/CONSENT FROM THE APPROPRIATE MINISTER OF THE CROWN ........... read more

Harriet Williams - July's NAF Shining Star

Harriet Williams - July's NAF Shining Star

Helpful and dedicated Clwyd Junior Academy Member, Harriet Williams, has had the honour of being awarded July's NAF Shining Star.

Harriet was nominated for the award by Lead Coach Amanda Carpenter "Harriet has been a member of the Clwyd Junior Academy since it began which coincided with her joining British Showjumping three years ago. She has always been a pleasure to have in training; she works hard and has competed all over the country. We have seen Harriet and her pony Cahlerstrane Glass flourish and they are going from strength to strength. She has met some great friends through showjumping and has a fantastic time both out competing and at the academy. She works hard at home, doing everything with her ponies including riding out and exercising as much as she can. Harriet has regularly attended the Academy where she has passed her NAF 3* Pony Award and is working towards her 4*. Taking on the ride of her sisters pony after she sustained a broken leg, Harriet made the most of her last year in ponies having qualified for a number of classes at the British Showjumping National Championships as well as taking her GCSE exams, so it was a very busy time for her and this is a fantastic achievement! Well done Harriet!"

Joining British Showjumping in 2014 after realising her passion for showjumping as a member of The Pony Club, Harriet has really progressed with both her horsemanship and riding with the help of the Clwyd Junior Academy. Upon finding out about the award, an excited Harriet said "I was so pleased to find out I had got this award. This has been a big year for me as it is my last year on ponies and I also took my GCSE's, so it was really great to have had the support of the academy. Thank you so much."

Harriet will kindly receive some NAF equine products to use alongside the supplements that she currently uses.

Says Linda WrightWe moved to a Shropshire location a year ago having surveyed the local OS map and noted the significant number of bridleways around the property. Sadly the map appears a total fiction. Scarce any of the bridleways are usable ........... read more

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Says Naomi SmithIt is all too possible to round a corner on horseback and come upon a group of cattle with no prior warning -this WILL result in a horse being badly spooked at best, bolting at worst -it is only a matter of time ........... read more

Congratulations

Kevin and Emma McNab

Kevin and Emma McNab

Stable Shield, the leaders in equine biosecurity has joined forces with Kevin and Emma McNab to provide Stable Shield Antibacterial Paint for their yard to help prevent the growth and spread of harmful bacteria.

Both Kevin and Emma are regulars on the Australian National Squad, with Emma recently representing her country in Aachen for the Nations Cup with her ride Fernhill Tabasco.

Based at their yard in Surrey, Kevin and Emma have a string of exciting horses from young horses up to 4* level, competing at some of the leading events around the world.

Competition horses need a clean and dust-free environment to live in, keeping them healthy so they can be trained to the best of their ability. It is therefore extremely important to take every possible precaution against the spread of bugs and bacteria.

"It is very reassuring to know that our horses will be protected against the spread of harmful bacteria, Emma and I can't wait to help educate horse owners about the importance of providing a clean stable environment," said Kevin.

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