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Rory has become one of the branch's longest-serving volunteers
'They say everyone has a horse of a lifetime and I think he’s it; he’s absolutely amazing'
Read the second of three blogs about H&H's journey across Europe with World Horse Welfare
'There are no words to do justice for the people who made this happen, lifted his spirits and took away a huge amount of pressure from our family'
Hughie Morrison told H&H he is innocent and said the last five months have been "purgatory". He is offering a £10k reward for information to clear his name.
'Horses are legitimate road users who need to be given appropriate consideration'
Read the first of three blogs about H&H's journey across Europe with World Horse Welfare
More than 900 horses and 1,500 participants took part in Her Majesty’s sell-out birthday celebrations
Every signature counts in World Horse Welfare's campaign to bring an end to these 'completely unnecessary journeys that still cause so much suffering'
Could Team GB have its first winner at the German four-star since 2010?
'She doesn't owe anyone anything' — the exceptional Willie Mullins-trained racehorse bows out
Women are underrepresented across the industry and action is needed to improve the balance, a study has found
The driver 'went through us like dominoes' and drove off at speed
The foal was born at HorseBack UK, a charity that uses horsemanship to improve the lives of the injured and sick of the military community
"The structural changes made with the newly created technical advisor position don’t allow me to do what I felt has always been my mainstay"
Lady Louise was driving a homebred Fell pony Balmoral Phantom, who is the grandson of the Queen’s trusted mount Carltonlima Emma
'I can’t believe how far it’s gone — I’m stunned by it'
Pumphill Fandango was "underweight, neglected and miserable” when he was rescued by the RSPCA in 2010
The high-profile owner said he was considering pulling out of eventing altogether, but decided to 'give it a shot' with a different rider