Natalie Munir talks about all of the dangerous consequences of feeding horses and ponies without the owner’s permission and what an innocent act could result in. Listen again (29m 30s approx in).
Your Harlow reports on Sarah Jenning and husband Michael as they promote the campaign at a local fayre and talk about their horse Pie. Events like this really help to raise awareness in the community and help to educate and inform.
Sarah Jennings recounts Pie’s terrible ordeal and how she had accepted that if he didn’t clear the blockage he’d have to be put down. 💔 You can read the full article here.
Sarah Jennings shares her story of her horse Pie experiencing choke from being fed cereals by passers-by. You can feed the full article here
Richard Slee from ITV met with Gail Hunter-Warburton (miniature Shetland Hamish’s owner) Sarah Mould (from the Barn Equine Surgery who treated Hamish) and Natalie Munir from the Stop Feeding Our Horses campaign. See the full article here.
Kelly Gibson was interviewed by DNG Online after her daughter’s pony Lily had a twisted gut. You can read the full article here.
H&H reported on the campaign’s growth and how we are working to raise awareness. We are focused on educating and informing those that don’t know the dangers. We’d much rather members of the public asked us questions so we can share our knowledge with them.
Natalie Morris was interviewed about her 4 month old foal, Chicco that died due to members of the public feeding him inappropriately. Lindsey Howard and Amanda Jones were also interviewed after experiencing the same problem. You can view the full article here.
Sarra Mackenzie-Pilot was interviewed about the death of Lightning, her pony that was fed a bag of potatoes by passers by and he choked to death on one of them. You can hear her radio interview here.
Jayne Alexander was interviewed by the Yorkshire Post about her mare, Callie who has Equine Matanolic Syndrome and insulin resistance so is on a strict diet. You can read the full article here.
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