H&H speaks to riding schools about the reality of a midwinter lockdown, as well as those campaigning and supporting them during this time of crisis
Centres that have not been able to operate fully for the best part of the year are having to fundraise to keep their heads above water. Unlike last spring when many horses could be turned out, this lockdown has come during the worst of the winter.
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