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Sad news for animal lovers as popular horse Seth passes away

Scores of animal lovers received sad news in the post this weekend when they learned of the death of Seth, a much-loved Ardennes horse who had lived at a leading Bristol-based visitor centre.

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Goodbye to painful feet as tiny Shetland pony Nazia gets new unusual shoes!

Popular shetland pony, Nazia, known and loved to children and adults across the west country is proudly showing off a brand new pair of unusual shoes!...

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HorseWorld\'s oldest resident passes away aged 46 (or 125 in human years)

Black Dragon, the oldest resident of leading animal welfare charity HorseWorld has passed away at the grand old age of 46 – equivalent to 125 in human years.

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Hedgehogs and owls at HorseWorld as Roadshow comes to the city

Visitors to the popular HorseWorld Visitor Centre in Bristol will have an opportunity to get up close to hedgehogs and owls when fellow animal welfare charity Secret World brings its 'Hedgehog Roadshow' to the city on Sunday 23 October.

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Scale the heights for HorseWorld: Abseiling opportunity in Bristol

Supporters of leading animal charity HorseWorld have a unique opportunity to scale the heights and raise vital funds by abseiling off a landmark Bristol building on Sunday 13 November.

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Travel website accolade for 'Bristol's top animal attraction'

Bristol's HorseWorld animal welfare charity has secured a prestigious award from review website Trip Advisor for its popular Visitor Centre in Whitchurch.

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Book soon for Pony Experience Day of fun and education for children

Staff at HorseWorld, Whitchurch, are urging parents to sign up quickly for the latest of its popular Pony Experience Days on Saturday 24 and Sunday 25 September, which give children an opportunity to get first-hand experience of the joy of caring for a po...

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Apprenticeship leads to full-time role at HorseWorld

An apprentice taken on by a leading Bristol-based charity has been appointed to a full-time position following her successful year working as a groom with horses, and a highly-successful year for the charity which has seen visitor numbers soar.

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Over 2,000 visitors meet horse neglect victim Buddy

A horse described as the 'worst case of neglect' seen for years by an animal charity when he was rescued in January is well on the road to recovery – and to underline his improving health he greeted over 2,000 visitors on just three days this month.

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Soaring visitor numbers at HorseWorld buck a national trend, bringing new challenges

As new figures show visits to paid-for attractions in England falling, one West Country attraction is bucking the trend, with visitor numbers soaring this summer. By mid-August HorseWorld, based in Whitchurch, near Bristol, had already welcomed more custo...

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Summer Safari at HorseWorld

On Saturday 20th August 2011, HorseWorld is offering a unique experience, the chance to see behind the scenes at their Equine Welfare Yard. This is where the rehabilitation work takes place and is not normally open to the public though it is just a stone'...

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Teddy Bears Picnic at HorseWorld with special guest appearances by, Paddington Bear!

Children visiting HorseWorld will be sure of a big surprise on Saturday 13th August. For every bear that ever there was will gather there for certain, because, that's the day the teddy bears have their picnic!...

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New Fundraising Manager announced for HorseWorld

A new Fundraising Manager has been appointed at HorseWorld in Bristol.

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Buddy at HorseWorld Visitor Centre

Buddy arrived at HorseWorld in January this year barely able to stand weighing just 1/3 of his ideal body weight. Today Buddy is barely recognisable; he is a strapping young pony who is full of the joys of life! To celebrate Buddy's amazing recovery he wi...

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Seth turns his hoof to painting

Seth, an Ardennes horse weighing almost one tonne has decided to take up painting in his spare time. Seth, who lives at HorseWorld in Bristol was inspired by the art exhibition currently on display at the charities visitor centre.

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