The owner, who describes himself as 'one of the lucky ones', broke his spine in jumping out of a window to escape armed robbers
'I told the owner he'd have him back in a heartbeat as he was his best friend'
Artist Paul Tavernor was inspired by childhood memories of watching the great racehorse triumph in the Grand National
PC Josh Haase was called out to a skate park in Essex, after a member of the public found a pony in a poor state
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“No owner ever came forward to try to claim her or to explain why they’d left their horse in such a dangerous place and in such poor condition"
"So far I am really impressed with what they have done — I think the ponies and the sheep are a great combination"
The two horses are destined to take part in events similar to the Trooping of the Colour, in a royal regiment
'He's turned in to a really loving pony, he now calls when he sees his food tub coming'
The maggots break down diseased tissue and promote healing. Warning: graphic image
Now in its second year, the showjumping series boasts eight of the world’s top 10 riders in its line-up and a prize pot of €10.5 million
Officers have urged drivers to pass horses wide and slow, in response to the 'completely unacceptable' driving shown
The dealer was also ordered to pay almost £3,500 and was given a 12-week suspended sentence for each offence
The owner has warned other yards may be forced to close due to the tax rise, damaging the future of British equestrianism
Piper Faust was a dedicated jockey who died following a riding accident on 14 March
Owners have been urged to take action to minimise the risk of fire in their stables and yards
The FEI has clarified it was not the body behind the controversial proposals, which will be discussed at next month's sport forum
The rider will carry British hopes in the dressage and showjumping World Cup finals in Omaha, USA, next week
An Aintree spokesman said the racecourse will work with its transport partners to ensure the strike has as little effect on racegoers as possible