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All you need to know about equine welfare cases...

What IS a welfare case?
What should and shouldn't you do when you see a horse in need?
When you've reported the concern, what happens next?
The role of education in both prevention and cure - ignorance can often be the cause of problems.
What can legally be done to remove a horse from a situation?
What happens after a horse is taken in to care? Where does it go, and what happens next?
What is the legal process, how are cases prosecuted?
Rehabilitation work and the rehoming process.

We'll explain all this, bust some myths and answer your questions. With Dawn Avery, BHS Welfare Field Officer, Penny Baker, World Horse Welfare Field Officer, and Abigail Leach and Lauren Bush, Blue Cross Horse Rehoming Coordinators.

This is a joint event from The British Horse Society, World Horse Welfare and Blue Cross. Proceeds will be split between the three charities. This event will be live online. A recording will be made available to all ticket-holders for a seven day duration after the event, so if you cannot attend at the time simply buy your ticket and watch later.

Time: 7.30-9pm

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