Authorities are recognising the role equines play in turning offenders away from crime, in what has been seen as another example of the power of horses.
The Ministry of Justice told H&H charities such as Key4Life, which works with serving and former prisoners, with horses, have a “vital role” in preventing reoffending, saving public money and keeping people safer.
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‘If I went to my grave knowing I’d helped change attitudes, I’d feel I’d done something really good’
‘Now, we are also helping horses to have a new start in life too. It doesn’t get any better’