ILPH

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ILPHInternational League for the Protection of Horses
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Mailings from the International League for the Protection of Horses (ILPH) are the exception - I need to prepare myself.
The decision was taken that it was now time that Fergus enjoyed a quiet few years out to pasture and he was handed over to the International League for the Protection of Horses (ILPH)to be rehomed.
Following on from their successful fashion show in December last year, friends Sue Nuttall and Alison Hush have organised a fundraising dinner for the International League for the Protection of Horses, with John Cannon of the ILPH as guest speaker.
Also taking part in the initiative are the Riding Clubs, the Pony Club, RSPCA, the International League for the Protection of Horses, Riding for the Disabled Association, British Driving Society, British Equestrian Tourism, Wales Trekking and Riding Association and the Welsh Pony and Cob Society.
Experts at the International League for the Protection of Horses are launching a pounds 100,000 appeal to save the remaining 64 horses.
As well as an overview and history of WHW, which was formerly the International League for the Protection of Horses, the site has facts and figures, statistics about its horses and an outline of the charity's impact in Britain and overseas.
It is all in aid of the Champions' Project, part of Sir Peter O'Sullevan's Charitable Trust, which does such great work in benefiting Racing Welfare and the Thoroughbred Rehabilitation Centre, the Blue Cross, the Brooke, Compassion in World Farming and the International League for the Protection of Horses.
Ted Barnes, of the International League for the Protection of Horses, said: "The most haunting aspect of this case was the presence of 1,000 bales of hay in the next field.
The International League for the Protection of Horses deals with 100 complaints a year usually concerning inadequate feeding, foot trimming and poor condition of yards and fields.
An International League for the Protection of Horses Fashion Show run at the Holiday Inn on Tyneside ( backed by local equestrian manufacturers, retailers and special guests jockey Pauline Robson and The Journal ( raised around pounds 1,000.
The International League for the Protection of Horses is lobbying both in Europe and the UK.
Attractions in the main ring include a falconry display, a sheepdog and ducks demonstration and displays by the British Horse Society, the International League for the Protection of Horses and the Elisabeth Svendsen Trust for Children and Donkeys.
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