ILPH

AcronymDefinition
ILPHInternational League for the Protection of Horses
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Fifty-seven (58%) of the newly diagnosed patients had been seen within the past five years in the ILPH system prior to their diagnosis.
Each year the club aims to run one event to raise money for a nominated charity and this year it was the turn of the ILPH.
In Bolton, ILPH officers dug their way through yard deep heaps of horse muck to release 10 ponies stuck in their own filth in dark, rat-infested stables.
Riders North is also collecting used postage stamps for the ILPH charity which helps towards the upkeep of horses and ponies which have been subjected to neglect.
The ILPH works to protect horses from abuse and alleviate their suffering through rehabilitating, campaigning and educating.
Former jockey Tim Reed saddled his second winner under Rules when Lord Edwards Army landed the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards ILPH Hunters' Chase in the hands of amateur Ran Morgan.
The British Event Team has also signed up the ILPH campaign.
Founded in 1927 by campaigner Ada Cole as the International League Against the Export of Horses for Butchery, the charity subsequently became known as the ILPH until a strategic review initiated the decision for further change.
Neighbours grew so alarmed by their condition that they called in the RSPCA and the ILPH.
Tony Tyler, of the ILPH, told me a lot of the problems go back to diversification after the 2001 foot-and-mouth outbreak when many farmers tried their hands at livery yards.
While she remains one to have reservations about, she is on a favourable mark and, if you are prepared to take a chance that she will consent to go about her business one day, the price will be right for the Royal Scots Dragoon Guards ILPH Handicap Chase.