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The ‘Best at Appleby’ welfare awards – organised by Redwings and supported by several National Equine Welfare Council members to celebrate examples of equine health, happiness, and horsemanship – are back at this year’s Appleby Horse Fair.

In our Welfare Corner, Beth Cooper writes about pregnant mares and mares with foals at foot who come into Redwings' care, and why they're so special!

A pony who had an untreated eye injury is recovering in Redwings’ care in Norfolk after having the eye removed.

Pickle, as she has been named, had surgery in our Equine Reception Centre within 24 hours of being signed over to the charity, and whilst still under quarantine conditions.

A pregnant mare who was involved in a road traffic accident in Essex has given birth in Redwings’ care. 

Majesty – named in honour of the Queen’s Jubilee year – came into us two months ago after suffering a broken nose and chest injuries in the crash.

In our Welfare Corner, Beth Cooper explains why friends are so important.

When Redwings first met Budgie, he looked like any other bright, healthy young cob, but we knew that he was, in fact, suffering from the effects of a nasty infection and needed complex treatment to help clear him of disease.

We want to say thank you to all our supporters after we were awarded silver in the People’s Choice category at the Charity Film Awards in London last night (Tuesday 22nd March).

A Shetland pony who was rescued by the Scottish SPCA is settling into her forever home at Redwings Mountains.

Majesty in Redwings' care

Majesty was involved in a road traffic accident at Tilbury Docks in Essex. She's now arrived at Redwings in Norfolk and is getting all the tender loving care she needs.

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