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A pony who was raised by a combination of bottle-feeding and a surrogate mother, having been found left to die in a field at just three days old, is about to start a new chapter in his eventful life as a proud ambassador for HorseWorld. If you have been...

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You can adopt retired police horse Imperial, at HorseWorld during Easter

A handsome ex-police horse who dedicated 15 years of his life to protecting Avon and Somerset residents is available for adoption this Easter … for just £20.

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Pony raised by surrogate mum ready to meet Easter visitors

A pony who was raised by a combination of bottle-feeding and a surrogate mother, having been found left to die in a field at just three days old, is about to start a new chapter in his eventful life as a proud ambassador for HorseWorld.

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Spooked horses get extraordinary rehab treatment from charity staff

HorseWorld staff took some extraordinary steps, literally, to help train three horses that are being prepared to go out to new homes...

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Three-fold rise in abandoned horse rescues as animal charity nears capacity

The number of abandoned and neglected horses rescued by a leading animal charity has seen a dramatic rise – increasing threefold so far this year.

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Treat mum to a unique gift this Mother\'s Day, Sunday 18 March - Adopt an animal, just £20

An Animal Adoption from HorseWorld is not a great Mother's Day gift, helping us rescue, rehabilitate and rehome horses, ponies and donkeys in need...

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Free entry to HorseWorld for Facebook fans

A local animal charity is offering free entry to its popular Visitor Centre on Saturday 10 March to all its fans on Facebook.

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Mum\'s treat: home-cooked lunch with free entry to HorseWorld included

Sons and daughters of all ages who love their Mums have a double reason to book Mother's Day lunch at HorseWorld...

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Romeo, Romeo: a home sought for Romeo!

Staff at HorseWorld are looking for a much-needed new home for a four year-old horse called Romeo.

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New half term attraction as retired police horse, Imperial, meets new friends

A new attraction will be on show this half term as animal welfare charity, HorseWorld is very pleased to welcome Police Horse Imperial to its popular Whitchurch Visitor Centre.

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Crockett the Rocket pokes his tongue out at grooms as he jets off for his new home

A horse whose comical appearance has earned him many fans will this week be retiring to a life of leisure after finding a loving loan home. Twenty five year old cheeky tongue-poker, Crockett has been owned by animal rescue charity, HorseWorld for the last...

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Visitors to Cineworld meet a real \'War Horse\' and his rider.

Movie-goers who went to see smash-hit Steven Spielberg film 'War Horse' last Saturday were greeted by a horse and rider in full military outfit from leading animal welfare charity, HorseWorld.

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\'War Horse\' in military uniform at Cineworld, Hengrove, Bristol

A horse and rider in full military outfit from leading animal welfare charity, HorseWorld will be at Cineworld, Hengrove, to meet movie-goers who have been to see smash-hit Steven Spielberg film 'War Horse' this Saturday lunchtime, 28 January (12 noon –...

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Smaller animals are a big attraction in new departure for local horse welfare charity

Staff at the West Country's leading horse, pony and donkey attraction are urging their animal-loving visitors to take advantage of an ideal opportunity to talk to local pet care experts and meet a range of different types of animals including rabbits, gui...

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\'War horse\' euthanasia concerns as army animals are put down due to \'temperament\'

As smash-hit movie 'War Horse' takes the UK by storm, HorseWorld says greater Ministry of Defence (MoD) transparency could help reassure members of the public who are concerned that ex-army horses may have been put down unnecessarily.

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