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- Maureen Comber

Woman jailed for causing
unnecessary suffering to horses

A woman from Leyland, Lancashire has been jailed for 14 weeks and disqualified from keeping animals for life after causing unnecessary suffering to horses.

Gem skinny

Elaine Tregurtha (D.O.B 25.03.81) of Pear Tree Road, Croston appeared before Preston Magistrates' Court on Friday (10 February) for sentencing.

At a hearing on 19 January she pleaded guilty to five offences under the Animal Welfare Act relating to five horses in her care.

Concerns were raised after a coloured cob-type horse called 'Harry' collapsed and had to be put to sleep by a vet on 4 July last year.

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RSPCA inspector Susie Micallef said:

"World Horse Welfare was contacted and one of their welfare field officers attended the next day. He was so concerned by what he found that he called us.

"Two horses were seized by police on veterinary advice and two were signed over and taken to World Horse Welfare for treatment.

"Sadly,'Tia' and 'Gem', both 20 plus, died soon after. Tia collapsed due to being so weak and emaciated and had to be put to sleep and Gem was put to sleep on veterinary advice because of her condition.

"Tia was actually on loan to Tregurtha, and I had to call her owner and break the news that we had her horse and that she was so ill she needed to be euthanised. It was very distressing for everyone involved."

emaciated

A grey mare called 'Lulu', who was overweight, had long hooves and overgrown teeth, was also on loan and was returned to her owner.

A black Welsh stallion called 'Sammy' was making a good recovery in the care of World Horse Welfare but sadly it was discovered he was lame and suffering ataxia so he had to be put sleep in November.

In mitigation, the court heard that Tregurtha was having health problems. World Horse Welfare field officer John Cunningham, said:

"Clearly this was a very sad case where horses have been terribly neglected and for one reason or another Tregurtha failed to recognise or address the severity and seriousness of the situation. "These were truly invisible horses, hidden away from sight, and the reality is that without the call made to our welfare line they could have remained invisible.

"Thankfully, working with the RSPCA, we were able to remove the horses from this situation and ensure they received the care they so desperately needed. "If anyone is concerned about a horse I would urge them to call our welfare line on 08000 480 180 and report their concerns as soon as they can."

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The RSPCA cruelty line number is 0300 1234 999.

As well as being given a custodial sentence and disqualified from keeping animals, Tregurtha was also ordered to pay a £115 victim surcharge.

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NOW THAT'S DISCIPLINE.

NOW THAT'S DISCIPLINE.

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

Man denies punching police horse

World Horse Welfare Field Officer with one of the ponies

A 33-year-old man has appeared in court accused of punching a police horse in Stirling city centre.

Gary Dornan is accused of hitting the animal, which was one of a pair of police mounts on routine patrol.

He is also accused of behaving in a disorderly manner in Murray Place and behaving in a threatening and abusive manner in a police van.

Mr Dornan, of Raploch, is also accused of urinating in the police vehicle.

Sheriff Michael Wood granted him bail and set a trial date of 8 May.

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 958

It is now 958 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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Horse trapped under collapsed stables - after falling through ROOF

A horse was trapped for several hours in a collapsed farm building in Bedworth.

Firefighters spent four hours battling to free the animal after it became stuck in the rubble.

As well as fire crews a vet was also sent to help out, sedating the horse while fire crews worked as quickly as they could to save the horse.

Temporary crew commander Ben Shaw, from Bedworth Fire Station , said: "We got an emergency call to a horse trapped in a building that had collapsed.

"When we got there it was an old stable that had already collapsed.

"The horse had basically climbed up onto the top of it and fell through the roof and was trapped that way.

Lilly the horse after being freed from the rubble. Photo: Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service

Lilly the horse trapped under the rubble. Photo: Warwickshire Fire and Rescue Service

"We didn't leave the scene until about 11.30am, we spent about four hours making it safe and removing the horse slowly.

"A vet was on scene and gave it some drugs to keep it calm so we could work around it."

Miraculously the horse escaped with just small cuts on the side of her hind legs.

The specialist large animal rescue team from Rugby went to the scene to help get the large horse out of the rubble.

It was released unharmed at 10.14am by the fire crews who used hydraulic cutting equipment to get the animal out.

It was left in the care of the owner and the attending vet.

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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

Newborn donkey foal arrives at Redwings

Redwings donkey foal Amos

On Wednesday 01 February 2017, an irresistibly cute, two-week old donkey foal called Amos arrived at Redwings alongside mum Matilda and dad Jeremiah.

Amos was so small that he had to be carried from the horse box into his stable where, after a quick look around, he was soon playfully jumping in the shavings and suckling from mum.

Watch Amos and family arriving below:

Sadly, the owner of this adorable family unit was struggling with their care due to ill health and so contacted us for help. Donkeys are sensitive souls who have complex care needs, so we have an open door policy and are able to offer a home to these lovable long-eared creatures.

Amos, Jeremiah and Matilda will remain under the watchful eye of our veterinary and equine care teams at our headquarters for the next few months. While this site is closed to the public, it is hoped the gorgeous trio will be able to join a donkey herd at one of our visitor centres in the future.

Lynn Cutress, Redwings' Chief Executive, said: "We are absolutely smitten with Amos. He is only the fifth donkey foal to arrive at the Sanctuary in the past ten years so to say his arrival has caused a lot of excitement would be an understatement!

"We're delighted that by offering our help and expertise, this young family can remain together and receive the specialist care they need for the rest of their lives.

"It is thanks to the generosity of our supporters that we are able to provide a home for all three donkeys and we would welcome anyone who wishes to support us in their ongoing care and help Amos grow into a happy and healthy donkey to visit our website or call us to make a donation."

It's easy to help us help donkeys like Amos, Matilda and Jeremiah, simply complete the donation box below. Just £10 could fill a stable with bedding, while £15 could provide a donkey with hay for a month and £50 could cover the cost of a health check for a new arrival like Amos to the Sanctuary.

But whatever you give really does make a huge difference, thank you!

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These injuries heal through the formation of scar tissue

Stem cells have the ability to self-renew to generate more stem cells and amazingly, even turn into other types of cells.  Our research aims to understand the mechanisms by which different types of stem cells work, so that we can produce the best possible therapy for horses ............. read more

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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

Riding eases my grief.

TV star Tessa Dunlop reveals how she is easing her grief after the loss of her baby ... by riding

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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

Sign this petition - NOW!

To: Andrea Leadsom (head of DEFRA)

Get DEFRA to act on the equine crisis. I have called her Angel. She is unknown.

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Campaign created
by Sandra Wilson

There needs to be an identification and traceability system in place on the same lines as that for cattle for all equines. This includes horses, mules and donkeys. Please read Angel`s story below.

Why is this important?

DEFRA should have had an identification system in place in 2016 for all equines, yet still nothing has been done. They are now saying it will be summer, but will it? In the meantime the equine crisis worsens, with horses being dumped daily. Some of these are barely alive and suffer terribly until someone, usually a walker, comes across them. By this time they are often too ill to recover and have to be put to sleep. One recent case in Leicestershire (photo above) was of a horse tied by it`s back legs to railings while still on a truck. The truck then drove off resulting in the horse falling to the floor and causing horrific injuries to one side of her head. She was still alive the following morning, with frost covering her mane, when she was found by a dog walker. Despite a vet being called she couldn`t be saved. Once again another horse without a microchip and so no idea who her owner was.

DEFRA introduced passports for horses a few years ago and also microchipping for all foals born after 2009. However this was never enforced and so was pointless. We need DEFRA to bring in laws that are ENFORCABLE by the police. Ultimately it is the police who enforce a countries laws, it should NOT be left to charities like the RSPCA to bring prosecutions. The donations people give to the RSPCA should go towards the animals and not get swallowed up with prosecution fees.

Please sign this petition to get DEFRA to bring in identification for equines based on the same lines as that for cattle. Also to ensure the police are responsible, in the first instance, for prosecution.  Thank you.

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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

When it's too icy to go out in the field.

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

Horse killed in car crash

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

A day in the life of Woodbine's head outrider

Robert Love "Safety For The Jockey and Horse Is What It's All About."

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

Lansdown Place Wealth Management visit HorseWorld's Discovery Courses

University of Lesotho

Animal rescue charity, HorseWorld welcomed two members of staff from Lansdown Place Wealth Management Ltd who came to present a cheque for £500 last week.

Steve Brice and Nicola Mould from Lansdown Place visited HorseWorld to see the charity's work with rescued horses and to find out more about HorseWorld's Discovery Courses.

"It was incredible to see the synergy between the rescued horses and children." Said Nicola "To be able to help the horses and then have them go on to help the children is really something special" HorseWorld's Discovery Courses use horses as a unique tool in a series of highly interactive sessions to provide a programme of multi-sensory teaching, promoting learning and emotional growth.

The courses are aimed at young people aged six to 19 who may be outside mainstream schooling due to learning disabilities or behavioural difficulties (or at risk of under-achieving).

Many, but by no means all, may come from dysfunctional and chaotic backgrounds. Discovery can have particular benefits for young people within the autistic spectrum and those with ADHD.

"We raised the funds for HorseWorld over the last year as the Discovery Courses really struck a chord with us." Said Nicola.

"We have worked with HorseWorld for the past 10 years so we knew quite a bit about their work rescuing, rehabilitating and rehoming horses in need but to be able to see the way these horses work with the children was amazing."

Sharon Howell who runs the Discovery courses introduced Nicola and Steve to some of the horses and the children.

"We are so grateful for this donation." Said Sharon.

"It will help to pay for the equipment needed for the courses and will help to keep the horses healthy."

If you wish to find out more about HorseWorld's Discovery Courses, please click here.

Always keep your horse insurance details to hand says BEVA

Always keep your horse insurance details to hand says BEVA

Keeping a copy of your horse's insurance certificate to hand can help you to make informed decisions in the event of your horse needing veterinary treatment, and your vet can quickly check the extent of your veterinary cover, even in the middle of the night, advises the British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA).

A serious accident or a severe bout of colic may require expensive emergency surgery and it is important to be able to make swift decisions on how best to proceed and to notify your insurance company accordingly.

BEVA and KBIS have put together some tips to help you be prepared for a veterinary emergency:

  • Read your policy very carefully and make sure you understand exactly what you are covered for and the steps you must follow to ensure any claim is valid.
  • Keep an up-to-date copy of your horse's insurance certificate with your horse's passport and keep these readily available in a safe place at your yard.
  • Check your insurance policy every time it is renewed and note your excess, vets fee incident limit and exclusions.
  • Discuss the proposed veterinary procedure and projected costs with your vet in line with your maximum cover limit and any contribution you are prepared to make if your incident limit is exceeded.
  • Discuss with your vet whether referral to an equine hospital might be necessary before any of the more expensive diagnostic tests have been carried out. This may avoid duplication of the tests and help your insurance cover go further.
  • Contact your insurance company as promptly as possible to make them aware of your potential claim. In some cases your vet may do this for you.
  • Your Insurance Company must be informed before euthanasia is carried out unless emergency euthanasia is required. Failure to do so may invalidate a claim for mortality.

"Most insurance companies have a variety of veterinary fee options so that you can choose a policy to suit your personal circumstances. It is essential to check your insurance policy every time it is renewed and keep your insurer informed of any change in your horse's health, or activities," advises Guy Prest, Managing Director of KBIS British Equestrian Insurance. "You should pay particular attention to the excess payable in the event of a claim, the vets fee incident limit and any exclusions on your policy due to pre-existing illness, injury or disease. In some instances you may be able to have certain exclusions removed; your insurance provider will be able to advise you how to get an exclusion reviewed."

It's important to remember that although your vet may be able to indicate whether a claim is likely to be accepted, the final decision rests with the Insurer.

Always keep your horse insurance details to hand says BEVA

For further information see: 
www.beva.org.uk/Home/Resources/Resources-for-Owners/Insurance

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

NAF Shining Star for January 2017.

January's NAF Shining Star is awarded to Amelia Brenna-Vaccaro

Fourteen year-old Amelia Brenna-Vaccaro from York, a bubbly and enthusiastic member of the North Yorkshire Junior Academy, has been awarded the NAF Shining Star for January 2017.

Amelia was nominated for the award by Lead Coach Hannah Barker who said the following about her nominee "Amelia has been a constant member of our junior Area academy. She has two 148cm ponies she brings, which she is bringing on and competing successfully. Recently she has qualified for Blue Chip. Amelia is always smiling and enthusiastic to coach, she listens well and her and her ponies are constantly improving. Amelia totally understands the importance of her flatwork and training. It is great to see her win this award to encourage her enthusiasm"

Amelia began her ridden career on Hamish, the tiny coloured terror whom she rode in the show ring at the tender age of two years-old. From there she progressed, at the age of six years-old, where she would take Tilly the 12.2hh pony that would take on anything but only at a trot. It is was on board Tilly that Amelia learned to jump and in 2014 Amelia joined British Showjumping after being kindly lent a friend showjumping pony. They hit it off straight away making it through to the 128 cm Stepping Stones at the British Showjumping National Championships, finishing in an amazing 8th place.

When she was told of her award Amelia said, "I was so surprised when my mum told me. It is really over whelming to think I have been picked out of all the nominees from throughout the country and that Hannah has taken the time to nominate me! Being a member of the academy has really helped boost my confidence.  There is something different to challenge you in each session and it is always something you would not think of doing at home. I want to say a big thank you to Hannah for nominating me and for being such a great Coach!" 

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

Congratulations

Laurence Pearman

Laurence Pearman

This year's Society of Master Saddlers' National Saddlery Competition saw a prestigious Fellowship awarded to one of the leading figures in the industry.

Held at Saddlers' Hall in London and supported by The Worshipful Company of Saddlers, the event provided the ideal occasion to present Laurence Pearman with his Fellowship and this was presented by the guest of honour HRH The Princess Royal. Society of Master Saddlers' Chief Executive, Hazel Morley described Laurence as a man who has saddlery running through his veins. Said Hazel: "He is one of only a handful of people who have served as President on two occasions, in 2004 and 2012. "Laurence is a Liveryman of the Saddlers' Company, Chairman of the South West Region of the SMS and gives up his time to sit on many committees to help develop saddlery and saddle fitting.

"He is a great supporter of the apprenticeships having trained many of them over the years. He regularly lectures and assesses for the Society's saddle fitting course as well as assisting with the saddlery skill assessments and flocking qualification."

Added a delighted Laurence, owner of Cirencester Saddlery: "I couldn't believe it when I realised Hazel was talking about me. It is just fantastic and a very special honour to receive.

"I knew absolutely nothing about it. The award was a very well-kept secret and is just brilliant."

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