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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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RIDERS CONTINUE FIGHT TO GET THEIR HORSES BACK FROM LAW-BREAKING COUNCIL.

"There is a case to be heard Mr Cross. Get legal representation and I will personally hear your claim," Judge tells riders

PROTEST TO
jessica.hamilton@brighton-hove.gov.uk
Tel: 01273 291461.
NOW

The battle so far ...

- We have consulted a Barrister in London, the aim is for full disclosure by the applicant council and rights under article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR).

- I am only a lay man, but my knowledge of common land legislation has proven to much for courts to cope with,

Says Tony Barnett

Says Tony BarnettI was brought into this matter because of my experience in dealing with councils and charities that claim ownership of property, our open spaces such as common land which south-down park is and as such the land and buildings are part of the national parks.

The area of land and buildings are not freehold,meaning there is no one to make grants of easement to which the unlawful lease to Danny comes under that act, in fact the council were committing Mortgage fraud (using property not owned as collateral, "charging rent")

At this moment my challenge has gone out to council for copies of the alleged title deeds, these must pre-date Quo Warranto 1189, such documents would have been required for disclosure for the 1925 and 1936 lands registration acts, no such documents are in existence so the land could only be registered under the 1965 common registration act section 9, but as the land was dedicated as a national park, then the land is protected under the national parks act, for the 1965 act only commoners rights were registered, so the application by council was an act of fraud,false "representation" the council has no jurisdiction.

Secondly, i have also challenged the land registry to disclose copies of the entrants from the council applicant to have a land registry document ESX 298006 created, as the application was not in line with land registry procedure "full disclosure" then the land registry colluded with the council, so we are on the high moral ground by following legislation passed by Parliamentary Bill and given Royal Assent.

PROTEST TO
jessica.hamilton@brighton-hove.gov.uk
Tel: 01273 291461.
NOW

We have consulted a Barrister in London, the aim is for full disclosure by the applicant council and rights under article 6 of the European Convention on Human Rights (ECHR).

The statement claims by supporters of Danny are that the horses were stolen, the 1971 animals act section 7 as amended by the 2015 control of horses act section 7 C does not apply the Danny's horses, anyway the council failed to comply with section 7 Ci and 7Cii, the police have agreed to keep out of the matters and in return the will not become involved when Danny re-enters the stables and field.

PROTEST TO
jessica.hamilton@brighton-hove.gov.uk
Tel: 01273 291461.
NOW

There is now talk  about the outrageous betrayal of democracy by Judges and common sense, the people and democratic rights over brexit, democracy was given a full airing when we decided to leave the EU, its in writing.

I have been involved with Horseytalk for around 4 years fighting for democratic rights for access over common land and public open access land, the rights in question are of ancient route and on the definitive plan and statement, some are on private lands others are not, if there are rights in law, then we will fight for the preservation of those rights, these rights  are also set down in writing, on the Statute book. passed by Parliament and given Royal Assent.

This country is a mosaic of counties, but all are governed by Parliament, yes?, well county councils do not think so and go all out to enforce that they are autonomous and not subject to any public rights that will effect its plans for control, preference is that we all live in a goldfish bowl, well some of us do not accept the councils agenda's.

Claims by local authorities and charities are of ownership of common lands and open countryside that applications to the Planning inspectorate for developments like enclosure by fences, gates and cattle grids to prevent rights from all points of view become severely impeded, consent is given because the planning inspectorate are not qualified to adjudicate on documents, so no documents to show ownership rights  are disclosed, however, to avoid being seen as bias, the planning inspectorate put the ball back into the court of the applicant because the consent is only provisional.

PROTEST TO
jessica.hamilton@brighton-hove.gov.uk
Tel: 01273 291461.
NOW

It is well known that I have been to many courts up and down the country in support of peoples rights, from high courts to lower courts, all with the same outcome,even colleagues have been with me and are shocked at the at the outcome, everyone has rights under the Magna Carta and also under Article 6 & 7 ECHR, those rights are refused each and every time, with comments from the presiding Judge stating, these matters are civil I am criminal, that should be enough for referral to the correct court, but no, the case is heard with out any defense and his judgement passed down, no solicitor will demand rights for his client if the matters include council or charities, there is a saying"they hang the man and flog the women that steals the goose from off the common but let the greater villain loose that steals the common from the goose", the thieves of public access rights in this matter are local authorities and charities.

I am only a lay man, but my knowledge of common land legislation has proven to much for courts to cope with, that is why I am either a Mackenzie friend or not allowed to  defend myself in the correct court for such matters which is a civil court, so I now end up in a criminal court without any rights to defend myself because solicitors will not defend me and secure article 6( even if I engaged one) and this suits the court because it then can practice courtroom fraud

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Tel: 01273 291461.
NOW

RIDERS CONTINUE FIGHT TO GET THEIR HORSES BACK FROM LAW-BREAKING COUNCIL

HOW MY HORSES WERE STOLEN BY BRIGHTON AND HOVE COUNCIL

Danny Cross reveals the full story

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Equestrians are entitled to use this route - legally.
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Report into the Effectiveness of the Animal Welfare Act - Our Views

Claire Gordon

A report from The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs committee into the effectiveness of the Animal Welfare Act has been published. Whilst the headlines are focussed on the recommendation that the RSPCA should 'withdraw from acting as a prosecutor of first resort where there are statutory bodies with a duty to carry out this role', the report also contains a number of other recommendations which we strongly support and which could be very positive for the future of animal welfare in the UK.

These include:

Recommendation on the role of passport issuing organisations (PIO's) in equine identification:

The equine identification system needs to be made much simpler with higher standards. We recommend that the Government systematically and significantly reduces the number of Passport Issuing Organisations, examining the possibility of establishing a single Passport Issuing Organisation.

Recommendation on the Central Equine Database:

Since the closure of the National Equine Database in 2012, it has been impossible to enforce the equine identification system. We are disappointed that the UK Government did not meet the EU's deadline of 1 July 2016 for creating a new database. We expect the Minister to write to us to confirm that the database is working by 1 January 2017.

Recommendation on enforcement of the Animal Welfare Act by local authorities:

We recommend that the Government place a statutory duty on local authorities to enforce the Animal Welfare Act 2006. The Government must ensure that appropriate resources are made available to local authorities to support them in this extension of their statutory duties.

World Horse Welfare Chief Executive, Roly Owers, said:

"When World Horse Welfare gave evidence to the Efracom enquiry, we were very clear that this legislation needed to be better enforced by those with the power to enforce it. The RSPCA has long carried the burden of safeguarding animals under the Act - and that should continue not least because of their capacity and expertise – but the state too has a duty to enforce its own laws and the time to start is now, by making it a statutory requirement of local authorities, as the AWA intended, not just an option.

"We are encouraged to see evidence given by World Horse Welfare and other welfare organisations has been recognised in the report's recommendations including that local authorities should take on statutory requirements to enforce the Animal Welfare Act, and that Government should ensure they have the resources to do so.

"The Animal Welfare Act is a good piece of legislation but horses are currently being failed by lack of resources and political will to enforce it. We hope that Efracom's recommendations will be taken seriously by those in the higher levels of Government and that we will see real, positive change to help safeguard the welfare of the many animals whose lives depend on it."

You can find excerpts of the evidence we gave to the Efracom enquiry below:

  1. The RSPCA carry out almost all animal welfare investigations and prosecutions, with very few being carried out by the local authorities (Trading Standards) or police.
  2. Enforcement of the Act will not improve unless animal welfare is made a statutory duty for local authorities, rather than an optional one, and resources are made available. 
  3. Our strong recommendation is that each county have dedicated inspectors to investigate and prosecute offences under the Act. Not only would this ensure more consistent enforcement of the Act, but it would help ensure there are competent individuals who can carry out their other animal-related duties such as inspecting licensed animal establishments. The equine charity sector can assist with expertise, stabling of prosecution horses, practical help and advice.
  4. Prosecutions should be a last resort after attempts to resolve welfare problems directly with the owner are unsuccessful or impossible.  The RSPCA are performing a costly public service when undertaking these prosecutions under the Act as are welfare charities who care for the horses until the prosecution is complete, which can take two or more years, costing around £5,000+ per year per horse.
  5. This is in contrast with countries such as Ireland, where animal welfare charities can receive grants from government to support their animal welfare legislation and in Germany where local governments run their own shelters or contract animal welfare organisations to do so.
  6. Sentencing is too lenient, and bans are not enforced. Magistrates need better guidance on sentencing and ownership disqualification (imposing bans), as these are far too lenient (usually one to two years; recently only a six-year ban was imposed on a third conviction).  However, even bans are not enforced unless welfare charities actively monitor the individual or new offences under the Act are committed.
  7. Magistrates also need guidance on the use of section 20 of the Act which should enable organisations who are given custody of horses to take ownership before the prosecution is complete.   Magistrates tend not to understand this provision and rarely grant it, despite the onus this puts on the animal welfare charities which can provide the animal with only basic care during the course of the prosecution. This means that stallions cannot be gelded thus requiring charities to keep them separate from other horses at increased expense.

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 879

It is now 879 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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Steve McCarronSays Steve McCarron

What is the point of the OPEN SPACES SOCIETY if it does not act to preserve open spaces ..............
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Leading Vet Campaigns for Radical Rethink in Parasite Control

Leading Vet Campaigns for Radical Rethink in Parasite Control

It's a fact – according to the World Health Organization – more than two billion people are infected with parasitic worms, including tens of millions of young children and pregnant women.

In the UK alone, it is estimated that up to 40 per cent of children under the age of 10 may be affected by worms at any one time.

Nearly 20 years ago, respected scientific studies argued that the impact of worms on human health was as great as malaria or tuberculosis and while the treatment of these diseases has advanced dramatically since then – the approach to worming has not.

Wanting to highlight the issues around resistance to wormers across both animals and humans, leading holistic vet, Nick Thompson has called for greater awareness of this global issue.

His campaign is underway with the production and development of two top-level films which highlight the problems we face today due to anthelmintic wormer resistance.

Says Nick: "These parasites cause malnutrition, diarrhoea, dysentery, anaemia and sometimes death in humans and animals alike.

"They also exacerbate many other medical conditions with the economic impact on the worldwide livestock production substantial.

"It is not surprising that treating pets, livestock and other animals regularly with a wormer has become the norm with worming now considered an essential part of owning a pet or farming livestock.

"Basically worming has become part of the responsible animal owner's basic care routine but the drugs we rely on to treat worm infestations in both humans and animals are becoming less and less effective."

To bolster the campaign and get people to take note of this serious issue Nick has launched two films which can be viewed on the Verm-X facebook or by using the following link http://bit.ly/2fgDgep

Nick adds: "The emergence of resistance to wormers as a serious problem is no surprise.  In fact for decades the drugs used to treat these parasites have been based on only three types of chemicals, which all act in similar ways.

"Resistance to one type inevitably leads to resistance to another, with more and more worms developing resistance to all three which is commonly known as multi-drug resistance."

Nick points out that it is understanding how current wormers work – or don't work – that could be the key to finding a sustainable solution to wormer resistance.

"The major challenge is not the worm's ability to survive a dose of a drug that would normally be lethal but the fact that this ability to survive can be passed on to its offspring.

"The flaw in all de-worming drugs is that they have never been 100% effective.  There are always survivors and with less worms to compete against, the survivors do what they do best – thrive and reproduce, establishing a new generation of worms with the ability to resist the only drugs available to kill them.

"So the more often drugs are used, the easier it is for the survivor worms to thrive.  It is widely believed that the routine use of wormer drugs in animals – food producing animals in particular – is a major cause of drug resistance.  Multi-drug resistance is now a global problem because all the de-wormer drugs we rely in show significant resistance."

Looking at the options to overcome the issue Nick highlights a number of ideas including making wormers 'prescription only', introducing strict quarantine measures for livestock, selective dosing of herds and introducing further herbal worming methods and techniques.

Concludes Nick: "Every pet owner, farmer, horse or poultry owner needs to rethink their approach to worming now.  Anyone who owns or cares for animals needs to ask themselves whether they are helping to tackle this very serious problem or are, in fact, making it worse."

For further information contact Dr Nick Thompson on (01225) 497778.

THE BEST BRITISH HORSE RACINGS

THE BEST BRITISH HORSE RACINGS

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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

Royal Navy holds 'first' memorial service
for horses

HorsesThe service honoured not just the eight million horses which died in World War I, but the many others used in battles since.

The Royal Navy has held "the first of its kind" memorial service to reflect on horses lost and injured in conflict.

The service was held at the Royal Marines Riding Stables at Bickleigh Barracks in Devon.

Five horses wore poppy garlands for the ceremony, including a horse named Rocky with the rank of sergeant major.

The service honoured not just the eight million horses which died in World War Ome, but the many others used in battles since.

A horse named Anoushka represented horses used in the Battle of the Somme, cobs horses were represented by a horse named Bob, a horse named Zabor represented Russian horses and a horse named Tango represented the officers' horses.

Horses
Royal Navy Lieutenants Deni Milner, left, and Gary Smith fit poppies on to the bridle of Zabor at the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Riding Stables

Horses
A poppy garland is worn by Sergeant Major Rocky as he is led on to parade by Eleanor Goodsell, 17, from Plymouth

Stables chairwoman Cathie Gillespie said: "The service is one of a kind and it is the first time that anything like this has been held in the Royal Navy.

"Eight million horses and countless mules and donkeys died in the First World War.

"They were used to transport ammunition and supplies to the front and many died, not only from the horrors of shellfire but also in terrible weather and appalling conditions.

"We thought it only fitting that in this month of remembrance we remember the animals too and what better place to hold a memorial service but at the Royal Navy Stables."

Horses
Lord Mayor of Plymouth Pauline Murphy laughs as she passes a horse named Zabor at the Royal Navy and Royal Marines Riding Stables

Horses
HMS Drake chaplain Reverend Mike Pons delivered a reading during the first memorial service dedicated to horses killed or injured in conflict

Children
Young members of the Junior Saddle Club held wooden crosses at the service

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Ejiao – The Chinese Miracle Cure

Ejiao – The Chinese Miracle CureEjiao, or donkey skin gelatin, is considered one of the three treasures of traditional Chinese medicine.

It is used to treat a wide range of ailments from simple colds to insomnia and impotence, and demand in the Chinese market is soaring like never before.

Millions of donkeys are slaughtered all around the world and their hides transported to China to be melted into the miracle gelatin that many believe will keep them looking youthful and even prolong their life.
............. read more

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Tourist thrown off his horse and lands face-to-face with a LIONESS during safari

- The footage was taken on two GoPro cameras in the Okavango Delta in Botswana

- As a group rode to safety after their guide saw lions, the tourist fell

- The man, named Eli, came face-to-face with a lioness

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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

Six figure prize for world's Premier Event

Six figure prize for world's Premier Event

In 2017 the winner of the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials will take home the record prize of £100,000 for the first time. In this professional era of the sport the winner of the most prestigious event of them all will be properly rewarded. Forty years ago, in 1976, the top prize was £1,000.

There will be a 10% increase in the overall prize pot to nearly £360,000 with prize money going down to 20th place of the usual starting figure of 80 riders.

Event Director Hugh Thomas commented, "It has long been our policy to regard owners and riders as the first call on such commercial success as the event has, and to keep the prize money well ahead of inflation. I am also especially proud of the fact that the connections of every horse that finishes takes away more than it cost them to enter."

"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

Running shoes for HORSES: Clip-on plastic covers could make for happier hooves

- Megasus Horesrunners are made from plastic and clip on to a horse's shoe

- The makers claim the design reduces shock and vibration on the hooves

- They also help to increase stability for horses walking on uneven terrain

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Says Steve YandallSays Steve Yandall

Grazing is always used as an excuse for fencing And fencing creates problems for riders read more

Horse musician

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

Redwings rescue 120 horses, one third from moors and commons

Redwings rescue 120 horses, one third from moors and commons

So far this year, Redwings have already offered a home for life to 120 rescued horses and donkeys, with a third of these rescued from moors and commons across the country.

They have turned their attention to the ongoing welfare crisis unfolding in these areas where the abandonment of horses by unscrupulous owners, indiscriminate breeding and a lack of food following adverse weather has seen many horses struggling to survive.

Redwings rescue 120 horses, one third from moors and commons

Reflecting on this year's rescues, our Chief Executive Lynn Cutress said: "Although the Sanctuary is fit to bursting, we refuse to waiver in our commitment to rescuing and caring for those most in need.

"Indeed, as our sanctuary is operating at maximum capacity, it has never been more crucial for our vets and rescue team to lend their experience and expertise to local communities and local councils as well as fellow welfare charities to bring those horses most in need to safety and to put in place measures to improve the situation long-term.

"I'd like to thank everyone who has worked tirelessly for horses in need this year, and also highlight the commitment of our teams – both in-house and out in the field – who, as well as these larger rescue operations, have shown as much dedication and care to the individual horse or pony rescue cases we have also taken into the Sanctuary so far this year".

Redwings made three rescue trips to Cornwall this year: in June seven struggling ponies were removed and rehomed and another 16 abandoned ponies were welcomed into the Sanctuary in September.

Redwings rescue 120 horses, one third from moors and commons

Also in September, they partnered with the Bodmin Moor Commons Council to lead a large-scale round-up operation of more than 160 ponies for passporting and microchipping, in order to formally identify the ponies with owners and those who had grazing rights on the moor.

Meanwhile, in April, 14 horses were signed over into their care following their rescue from harsh conditions at Llangynidr Common, in south Wales, and another seven have found a new home at the Sanctuary after their removal from similar circumstances at Gelligaer Common, also in south Wales.

The rescue work and ongoing specialist veterinary care and handling training for these ponies is completely funded by public donations.

Redwings rescue 120 horses, one third from moors and commons

If you'd like to help, you can simply by buying a t-shirt, bag or tea towel as part of our Moor for Horses campaign. Click here to get yours.

Alternatively you can make a donation.

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

Belinda Sillars award-winning equine sculptures

Belinda Sillars award-winning equine sculptures

Belinda Sillars is an award winning sculptor who has a remarkable talent of bringing equine and wildlife to life in her Bronze Sculptures.

Her talent is clearly demonstrated through capturing animals in motion for her bronzes so she can replicate the best of the countryside. Being surrounded by the countryside from birth,

Belinda has been able to enjoy all that nature has to offer from such an early age through horse riding and painting from the age of three. She is now a part of 'The Society of Equestrian Artists', with her sculptures featuring in some of the most prestigious events around the world.

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

Staff Sergeant Reckless
Marine Corps War Horse - Hero

Artist transforms old farm equipment
into incredible animal sculptures - read more

Artist transforms old farm equipment into incredible animal sculptures like none you’ve seen

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

Sarah Hall appointed
British Showjumping Chief

Sarah Hall appointed British Showjumping Chief

British Showjumping has announced that that Sarah Hall, who joined the Association earlier this year as Business Facilities Manager, has agreed to accept a wider role of responsibility within the organisation as Chief Operating Officer.

A chartered accountant, Sarah forged her career with Deloitte, supporting business' in the UK and overseas to strengthen their governance and risk management. She has held senior management posts in both the commercial and not-for-profit sectors, and is proven in building and leading teams, establishing and maintaining strategic client relationships and running effective operations.

Sarah will continue to support British Showjumping Chief Executive, Iain Graham, and be responsible for the effective leadership, alignment and delivery of Support Services that underpin the strategy delivery. She will also take the lead in the transformation of the Association's information technology, systems and management processes to ensure we remain focused and able to meet the needs of our growing membership.

Iain Graham commented " The position of Chief Operating Officer had been identified as one that would bring long term benefits to the organisation as we look towards the next Olympiad and beyond. Sarah brings a great depth of skill sets to the role and we are delighted that she has accepted the post with immediate effect".

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 Smith

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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