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Man charged with punching horse
after World Cup defeat

Man charged with punching horse after World Cup defeat

A man has been charged with punching a police horse and assaulting an officer following England's World Cup defeat.

Scott Spurling is accused of assaulting an officer, assault by beating and causing unnecessary suffering to a protected animal in Weston-super-Mare, Somerset, on Wednesday night.

The 23-year-old, from the town, is due to appear before North Somerset magistrates on 1 August.

Police said both the officer and the horse, Quantock, had since recovered.

England lost 2-1 to Croatia in the World Cup semi-final in Moscow on Wednesday.

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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

Missing pony washed away in flood found alive on house roof 

Missing pony washed away in flood found alive on house roof 

A miniature pony was left stuck on the roof of a house this week after being swept away by floods. Leaf, a therapy animal from Japan, was last seen disappearing into a rain swollen river, leaving behind the flooded farm where she was looked after alongside other animals.

Staff working at the centre feared that nine year-old Leaf had drowned when they organised a search party in the area and could not find her. 

However as the floods cleared, the little horse was spotted amid the scenes of devastation – standing on the roof of a house.

Mari Tanimoto, 49, who works at the organisation, said she was shocked when she got a call to say that Leaf had been found. 

Covered in mud, the horse had also injured one of her legs but was otherwise unharmed.

Residents meanwhile are baffled as to how she ended up there – insisting that the water levels never reached high enough to leave her on the roof. Getting her down off the roof also posed a problem, and they fed her carrots in order to keep her calm while they devised a strategy that eventually involved bringing her in through a window.

Another centre worker Masayuki Yoshida, 48, said: 'I thought that she was already dead, but luckily she seems to have survived on the roof.' 

Tanimoto said despite the difficulties she was so happy to see the tiny horse that she cried when they were reunited. 

Another centre worker Masayuki Yoshida, 48, said: 'I thought that she was already dead, but luckily she seems to have survived on the roof.'

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What is the point of the OPEN SPACES SSteve McCarronOCIETY if it does not act to preserve open spaces ..............
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Best of luck to all the youth teams competing in the Children, Junior and Young Rider European Championships in Fontainebleau next week!

Best of luck to all the youth teams competing in the Children, Junior and Young Rider European Championships in Fontainebleau next week!

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As it was very popular with the royalty of British society, it soon earned the title of "Sport of Kings". With racing taking place in Britain all year, there is always some interesting top-notch events not to be missed.

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Temporary. What does it mean?

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

22 neglected Shetland ponies brought back from brink by Blue Cross

22 neglected Shetland ponies brought back from brink by Blue Cross

A group of 22 Shetland ponies have been brought back to health by national pet charity Blue Cross after they were found severely emaciated and neglected.

The ponies, who have been named after Beatrix Potter characters by staff at Blue Cross's rehoming centre in Burford, were rescued by the RSPCA earlier this year.

They were found belly deep in mud with no food or water, in Leicestershire. Sadly some were in such a terrible state of neglect that they had to be euthanized.

Following the successful prosecution of their owner for neglect, the surviving 22 ponies were transferred to Blue Cross's rehoming centre in Burford, Oxfordshire.

The horse team at the national pet charity's rehoming centre on Shilton Road have been working with the group to rehabilitate them and now many of the ponies are reserved or have already gone off to loving new homes. 

Blue Cross regularly works with organisations like the RSPCA to help rehabilitate and rehome horses and ponies that have been seized as part of welfare cases.

Vicki Alford, Horse Manager at Blue Cross rehoming centre in Burford, said: "On arrival the ponies were in a really sad state. It was heart-breaking to see.

"All had over grown and curled up hooves, were riddled with lice and very underweight. The transporter who brought them to Burford described the place where they were found as horrific – apparently there was no food or water and they were stood in mud up to their tummies. How they survived is any one's guess.

22 neglected Shetland ponies brought back from brink by Blue Cross

"After love and care from the team here many have already gone to new homes and we couldn't be happier to see them go to loving new families where they can live a happy life."

Two ponies from the group - Flopsy and Mrs Tittlemouse - are still looking for new homes, while four - Timmy Tiptoes, Babitty Bumble Bee, Mrs Tiggy Winkle and Hunca Munca - are still waiting to be cleared for rehoming by the horse unit team.

It costsBlue Cross up to £300 a day to keep a horse, depending on how much vet, farrier and training intervention they need.

If you would like to make a donation to Blue Cross to help us help more animals like the Beatrix Potter Shetlands or if you are interested in rehoming a horse or another pet then please visit www.bluecross.org.uk 

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Robert Whitaker Leading British rider Robert Whitaker has six European team gold medals and an individual bronze at European pony, junior and young rider championships.

Sponsored by Suregrow, Robert has also represented his country on senior Nations Cup teams on more than 25 occasions.

Son of the legendary John Whitaker, Robert is an international star in his own right. He is a top producer of young horses, with a show jumping business in the south of England.

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Trainer sets up a SPA for her tired ponies in her back garden - complete with cucumber eye masks, massages and even a HOT TUB

- Professional horse trainer decided to treat her ponies after the recent heatwave

- Emma Massingale set up the 'spa' in the back garden of her Devon home

- Albert and Ernie had mud masks and their hooves painted with clear polish

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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

Animal Health Trust vet champions ridden horse welfare with new video series

Animal Health Trust vet champions ridden horse welfare with new video series

The AHT's, Dr Sue Dyson, is playing a leading role in a series of new educational videos aimed at helping riders, owners, trainers and vets to recognise musculoskeletal pain and subtle lameness sooner. Dr Dyson, Head of Clinical Orthopaedics, believes that the videos are a valuable learning tool to help improve the welfare and performance of the ridden horse. 

Recognising Subtle Lameness is a four-part video series that is being rolled out over a couple of months. The series has been produced by the US's popular evidence-based online educational resource Equitopia, in conjunction with Padma Video. It has enabled Dr Dyson to bring to life the key findings of her studies to help to engage her target audience – anyone who is involved with horses.  

The videos give the viewer clear, practical guidance on how to pinpoint the notoriously elusive common culprit for poor performance and behavioural issues: pain.  In addition to focussing on Dr Dyson and her work, the series harnesses the knowledge of renowned equestrian experts including equine veterinary behavioural medicine specialist Jeannine Berger, Saddle Research Trust founder, Anne Bondi; Concordia Connection founder, Milly Shand; equine veterinary surgeon and horse training and rehabilitation specialist Karin Liebbrandt; and eventing coach, author and bridle designer William Micklem.

Together they deliver a crisp, concise perspective on the many variable factors associated with pain-induced lameness including primary musculoskeletal pain, tack induced pain or rider induced pain. 

Video 1 explains the familiar indicators of lameness before revealing pain's less obvious signs such as facial expressions and behaviour. 

Video 2 outlines a protocol for establishing the main sources of underlying pain associated with subtle or obvious lameness in horses. 

Video 3 shows how to recognise the facial expressions of a horse in pain. 

Video 4, to be released later in June 2018, covers aspects of the rehabilitation of a lame horse. 

As a rider to top national level in both show jumping and eventing, as a trainer and as an equine orthopaedic specialist Dr Dyson has, over many years, repeatedly observed behavioural adaptations to lameness. Such adaptations were seen in ridden horses and improved, but were not necessarily completely abolished, by the resolution of lameness by diagnostic analgesia. These experiences were the inspiration for her substantial work on the behavioural signs of pain, which includes an ethogram for facial expressions in ridden horses as a first step toward assessing pain other than through obvious gait changes. 

Dr Dyson said: "Quite simply, a pain-free horse will perform so much better. These videos should help riders, owners, trainers and vets understand what the horse is actually trying to say. We owe it to them to listen."

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 1473

It is now 1473 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.

"We're backing Maureen"

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"Well. We all think BHS should apologise to Maureen Comber so there. You're outvoted."

"Well. We all think BHS should apologise to Maureen Comber so there. You're outvoted."

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

Compulsory microchipping to improve horse welfare

Compulsory microchipping to improve horse welfare

A new law requiring horse owners to microchip their animals has just been introduced to prevent abuse and improve welfare.

Earlier this year RSCPA released figures that showed that they rescued around 1,000 horses in 2017, to highlight the issue of horses being fly-tipped or dumped, often in horrific conditions.

From October 2020 it will be mandatory for all owners to microchip their horses, ponies and donkeys. The new Central Equine Database will then allow local authorities and police to track down the owners of dumped horses and make sure they are punished and the animals are given the care they deserve. It will also mean lost or stolen horses will be reunited with their owners more easily.

Lord Gardiner, Animal Welfare Minister, said:

The government shares the British public's high regard for animal welfare and it is completely unacceptable that hundreds of horses and ponies are left abandoned every year by irresponsible owners.

That is why we have today laid new regulations in Parliament requiring horses to be microchipped. This will bolster the ability of local authorities and police to identify abandoned animals, ensuring these beautiful creatures receive the care they deserve and that those who mistreat them will face the consequences.

The Central Equine Database logs all domesticated horses, including those required to be microchipped by October 2020. This will offer a practical solution to the pressing animal welfare issues which arise when horses are abandoned, making it easier to rehome the animals more quickly and effectively and has been welcomed by charities such as the RSPCA.

We are working closely with vets and the British Horse Council to highlight the change in regulations, explaining that horse owners have until October 2020 to make sure that all horses are microchipped. This extra time will allow horse owners to combine microchipping with a routine visit to, or from, their vet with the procedure costing around £25-30.

RSPCA Assistant Director of External Affairs, David Bowles said:

We are delighted regulations to ensure horses of all ages should be microchipped are set to become a reality.

The RSPCA rescued almost 1,000 horses last year (2017), and a huge majority were not microchipped making it virtually impossible to trace the owners. Heartbreakingly our inspectors are frequently faced with horses which have been dumped whilst very sick, dying, or sometimes even dead.

We believe this extension of the current rules on compulsory microchipping will go some way to help find those irresponsible owners that abandon their horses as well as helping owners be reunited with their animals that have been stolen.

If horse owners do not microchip their horses by October 2020 they could face sanctions from their local authority including a compliance notice and, as a last resort, a fine of up to £200.

Jeanette Allen, Chair of The British Horse Council, said:

This new legislation has the full support of the British Horse Council. We have been working closely with Defra and this achieves the important step of requiring all equine animals to have a microchip.

This is a huge advance for the UK's horses, ponies and donkeys. It will not only enable irresponsible owners to be held properly accountable for the treatment of their animal, it will also aid in reuniting owners with lost or stolen horses and significantly supports the UK's efforts to protect our equines from disease outbreaks.

The regulations for this database were laid in Parliament today and, subject to parliamentary approval, will come into force on 1 October 2018.

They are similar in nature to the legislation which requires all dogs to be microchipped.

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

Amazing jump!

English Vaulting Squad Training
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Strength, stamina and flexibility! We caught up with some members of the English Vaulting Squad to find out how they train.

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

Calling for nominations for the NEF Sir Colin Spedding "Unsung hero" Award

Calling for nominations for the NEF Sir Colin Spedding "Unsung hero" Award
Sir Colin Spedding with Princess Anne

Do you know a worthy unsung hero or heroine of the equestrian world who as yet remains unrecognised? If so The National Equine Forum (NEF) would love to hear from you. Nominations are now open for the NEF Sir Colin Spedding Award 2019, one of the most significant accolades in the UK's equestrian industry.

The Sir Colin Spedding Award is presented annually to an exceptional unsung hero or heroine of the equestrian world. Any individual or organisation from any equestrian field is eligible, as long as their outstanding qualities have not yet been formally acknowledged elsewhere.

Previous winners of the Sir Colin Spedding Award include farrier Dr Simon Curtis (2018), fire and rescue pioneer Jim Green (2017), Sue Martin, who runs Trent Park Equestrian Centre in London (2016), Paul Greeves former Executive Director and Keeper of the General Stud Book at Weatherbys (2015), Dr Andrew Waller on behalf of The Animal Health Trust (AHT) Infectious Disease Group (2014) and Martin Clunes on behalf of UK Equine Welfare Charities (2013).

Sir Colin Spedding was the founding chairman of the NEF and chaired the event for 20 years until his death in 2012. He ensured that representatives of all areas of the equine sphere were made welcome to the Forum, and that topics of general interest and concern could be discussed openly and amicably. The award was introduced in 2013, in his memory.

To submit a nomination please read the checklist on the website and write, in no more than 100 words, why you believe your chosen candidate should be considered for the award. The NEF Sir Colin Spedding Award Committee will produce a shortlist of nominations, from which the winner will be selected. Multiple nominations for the same person will not carry additional merit and the decision will be final. The winner will be invited to attend the next National Equine Forum, where the Award will be formally presented.

Please visit nationalequineforum.com/sir-colin-spedding-award/ or email your nomination to info@nationalequineforum.com. Closing date midday on 31 July 2018.

The 27th National Equine Forum will take place on Thursday 7th March 2019.

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

Orphaned foals find new home together

Orphaned foals find new home together

Last week, staff at World Horse Welfare waved goodbye to yearlings Stephen and Ginger after they were successfully rehomed together.

Ginger and Stephen (also known as Stan) came to Penny Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre in Lancashire last summer after being abandoned in separate incidents. Ginger was especially weak when he arrived and it looked as though he may not survive; however, thanks to the dedicated care of World Horse Welfare grooms and Oakhill vets, he started to improve and eventually reached full health.

Stan arrived shortly afterwards and once both foals had been given the all clear, they moved in together. Luckily, the orphaned foals – who quickly became favourites of both staff and visitors at Penny Farm – became best friends and have been inseparable ever since.

"Luckily the pair became best friends and have been inseparable ever since"

Groom Hayley said: "We're delighted that we've been able to rehome Ginger and Stan as a pair. Since they arrived they've been such a great little duo and it's fantastic that they're moving to a home where they will get to stay together.

"Of course they'll be missed greatly at Penny Farm by all of us but it's important that horses like Ginger and Stan are rehomed as it frees up space for us to help more horses in real need of care and rehabilitation."

Orphaned foals find new home togetherGinger and Stan moved in together shortly after Stan arrived...

Orphaned foals find new home together...and quickly became the best of friends.

Orphaned foals find new home togetherThey celebrated Christmas together...

Orphaned foals find new home together...and a year on from arriving, the adorable pair have found a home together.

Orphaned foals find new home togetherSo Ginger will be waving goodbye to some of his old friends!

Orphaned foals find new home togetherGood luck Ginger and Stan in your new home!

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

Duchess of Cornwall visits rare shire horses

Duchess of Cornwall visits rare shire horses
The visit to Dyfed Shire Horse Farm formed part of the royal couple's second day in Wales

The Duchess of Cornwall took the reins while visiting a rare shire horse farm in Pembrokeshire.

The visit to Dyfed Shire Horse Farm in Crymych was part of the Prince of Wales' and the Duchess's annual tour of Wales, which began on Monday.

The Duchess rode a horse-drawn carriage around the farm and officially named its newest foal.

She told onlookers she was "thrilled" to have named the shire foal, adding: "I didn't realise how rare they were."

Duchess of Cornwall visits rare shire horses
The Duchess said she was "thrilled" to have named the farm's newest foal

Duchess of Cornwall visits rare shire horses
Prince Charles and Camilla viewed shire horses at the Dyfed Shire Horse Farm

The family-run business has been breeding the Dyfed bloodline of shire horses for almost 40 years and has previously sold a horse to the Household Cavalry.

The farm has been in the same family since 1849.

Shire horses are considered "at risk" by the UK Rare Breeds Survival Trust, with numbers estimated to be fewer than 1,500.

Duchess of Cornwall visits rare shire horses
The duchess took the reins on a horse and carriage ride around the farm

The royal couple also visited the village of Llangwm in Pembrokeshire, where they met various local groups.

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

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