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Archive for December, 2008

Two frost bitten and emaciated horses were lucky enough to spend Christmas in a warm barn thanks to the rescue efforts of a small town in British Colombia,Canada.

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A month ago we were contacted by a very distraught lady who needed to find a special home for one of her horses. The lady breeds top level dressage horses, but on Christmas Eve last year her beloved young Trakhener horse, Accord, got cast in his box and devastatingly injured his vertebrae. Not only was this the sudden end to a promising dressage career, but the situation was worsened by him constantly running around with the other young horses in the field, hindering his recovery and potentially threatening his life. (more…)

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As many of you may now be thinking of stabling your equines and also feeding hay, COPD may well be rearing it’s ugly head.  (more…)

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Amersham horse dealer, James Gray appeared in Bicester Magistrates Court today for the start of a trial due to last until mid-March… (more…)

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This weekend saw the doors opening for the annual Salon du Cheval(Paris horse show) at the Porte de Versailles. This event runs until the 14th December and is host to exhibiting a vast array of equine breeds, showjumping, dressage,driving,vaulting and many more equestrian displays. (more…)

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Winter brings with it some additional challenges for horse and donkey owners. Admittedly, wallowing around muddy fields in the dark evenings isn’t to be relished, but we all do it because we love our 4 legged friends! (more…)

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