For Redwings, campaigning is about helping horses far and wide, and stopping neglect and suffering before it happens.

We are proud to have achieved huge campaign success in influencing new legislation to tackle fly-grazing (the illegal practice of grazing horses on public or private land without permission). 

Similarly, strangles is a potentially fatal disease affecting tens of thousands of horses every year – needlessly. Through more focus and investment in biosecurity we can stamp out strangles. Read more about our campaigning efforts below. 

A year after the launch of the Stamp Out Strangles pledge, a short survey of the horse owners and yard managers who have already made this voluntary commitment to better biosecurity has revealed some fascinating and encouraging insights.

They explain in our new video how all yards can follow good biosecurity practices.

Here’s our vet’s advice for horse owners and yard managers.

We’re supporting the restricted use of fireworks to reduce the impact on animal welfare.

A vet prepares to microchip a horse

The benefits of getting ahead of next year’s microchipping legislation

Over 710 horse owners and 145 yard managers have already taken the Stamp Out Strangles Pledge!

SRUC Veterinary Services acknowledge Redwings' efforts with PASS Silver Status.

Abbi McGlennon from the Animal Health Trust (AHT) tells us more...

We're delighted to be supported by Hartpury University and Hartpury College.

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