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This section of the website is dedicated to owners, keepers, riders, and anyone involved with the care of horses, ponies and donkeys.
The aim of this section is to enable those involved with horses to further develop their knowledge and skills and provide their animal with the best possible quality of life.
This section will include up-to-date information and advice on health and behaviour (welfare), including spotting clinical signs of illness, disease or injury, and guidance on management and treatment options. This section will also contain advice on buying, selling, and loaning, contain news specific to the horse owner, and include updates on our training and qualifications.
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