Would you keep a horse in these conditions?
The RSPCA have.
There were cattle there and this was where they came to try and drink. Although no water was there at the time, when it rains and fills up, they would undoubtedly try and drink the filthy water.
The water supply for the mares at Nantgwynfaen was a muddy trickle at the bottom of a steep slope and very difficult to get at.
Old tin shed near unfenced silo. This could collapse on horses if they went in or near it and they did go down towards it as we were leaving. There are many photos of dumped corrugated sheeting left where the animals could run into it and cut or injure themselves. Photos of coils of barbed wire strewn on the ground for horses to catch their feet in are also available Next Page Previous Page
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