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Redwings is the UK’s largest horse sanctuary, caring for over 1,500 rescued horses and donkeys in its centres across the UK, with more than 700 more living out in guardian homes. We have sanctuary sites across England and Scotland with our own in-house horse hospital and veterinary team, and our mission is to give our rescued residents the best life possible and to improve the welfare for horses outside our paddock fences through our education and campaigns work.
Greatwood Charity combines equine welfare with educating disadvantaged children, young people and more recently adults, with special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) through Animal Assisted Intervention (AAI) using former racehorses. Greatwood’s innovative educational programmes are inclusive and designed for people with cognitive, physical, emotional and social challenges or disabilities, with the aim of making a real difference to their future lives and careers as well as facilitating their social mobility by challenging the perception of “success” and “failure” in a secure and nurturing environment. Greatwood operates a ‘Cycle of Rehabilitation and Change’: horses helping people and people helping horses; simultaneously providing those former racehorses that couldn’t be re-homed previously, with a useful occupation.
The Horse Trust is the World's Oldest Horse Charity. For nearly 135 years our Home of Rest for Horses has specialised in providing retirement and respite for working horses and ponies. These hard-working equine public servants have served our nation in the Police, the Army, The Royal Mews or with charities which use horses to help people like the RDA. We also provide sanctuary to horses, ponies and donkeys who have suffered from cruelty or neglect and who are in desperate need of specialist treatment and care.
We believe that riding and horse care can have a transformative effect on young people growing up in South London’s most disadvantaged communities. We teach life skills, build confidence and provide opportunities.
The Donkey Sanctuary was founded 50 years ago. Since then we have made a significant difference to the lives of donkeys and people all over the world. The Donkey Sanctuary has become the world’s largest equine charity and authority on the welfare of donkeys and mules. We provide a home for nearly 7,000 donkeys and mules on our farms, sanctuaries or through our rehoming scheme who have been neglected, abused, abandoned or relinquished by their owners who can no longer look after them. We have extended our reach to almost 40 countries around the world. Our aim is to help more of the 50 million donkeys and mules worldwide through lasting collaborations with communities, governments, the media and other NGOs. We provide support for donkey owners across the UK and in communities around the world with welfare and veterinary expertise, skills, training and knowledge to improve their donkeys’ welfare, ensuring mutual benefit for donkeys and their owners.
Medical Detection Dogs trains dogs to detect the odour of human disease. It is at the forefront of the research into the fight against cancer and helping people with life-threatening diseases.
A world where every horse is treated with respect, compassion and understanding
Mission: To work with horses, horse owners, communities, organisations and governments to improve equine welfare standards and stamp out suffering in the UK and worldwide.
The Mark Davies Injured Riders Fund - helping those injured in horse related accidents where no other help is readily available.
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Tack and equipment must be correctly fitted as poorly fitting, over tightened or inappropriate tack can cause pain, injury and discomfort.
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Protective hats must be worn by all competitors (ridden and in-hand) to the following standard- British – All PAS 015 (1998 and subsequent updates), European – VG1, EN1384 -2017.
Horses and Athletes must be fit, competent and in good health before they are allowed to compete.
No horse showing symptoms of disease, lameness or other significant ailments or pre-existing clinical conditions should compete or continue to compete when to do so would compromise its welfare. Veterinary advice must be sought whenever there is any doubt.
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