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  • Horse Welfare Inc | Rescue | Re-habilitiation | Re-education - Adoptions
    need to be aware of 1 No Horse Welfare Inc horse can be bred from 2 The horse cannot be onsold at any time and must be returned to Horse Welfare Inc if no longer suitable or required 3 You are legally responsible for providing appropriate veterinary care and horse husbandry 4 You should own your own property or have a long term lease with references 5 A property inspection will be arranged 6 Regular checks on the horse will be conducted 7 Should 2 warnings of inappropriate care or management be required Horse Welfare Inc will remove the horse 8 Any adoption is considered seriously with the best interests of the horse at the top of the list We endeavour to make the best possible match so the horse will never need to come back 9 As is the case with many rescue mares There is a possibility of pregnancy The adoptive family will have the option if appropriate facilities exist of retaining any resulting foal or returning it to Horse Welfare Inc Read 2108 times Last modified on Wednesday 22 October 2014 11 51 Tweet More in this category SALE CATALOGUE Privacy Policy back to top Horses Stories

    Original URL path: http://www.horsewelfare.com.au/stories/item/21-adoptions (2015-11-27)
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  • Horse Welfare Inc | Rescue | Re-habilitiation | Re-education - Locations
    votes By clicking on the respective state you will be given a list of local area contacts Read 1812 times Last modified on Tuesday 25 October 2011 10 51 Tweet Published in Main Articles Super User Latest from Super User HWI Huggie Horses URGENT NEED SALE CATALOGUE Welcome Adoptions More in this category HWI Horse Rescue and Rehabilitation 2012 The Year that was back to top Horses Stories October 2015

    Original URL path: http://www.horsewelfare.com.au/stories/item/20-locations (2015-11-27)
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  • Horse Welfare Inc | Rescue | Re-habilitiation | Re-education - Links
    with Heart Inc http www donkeywelfare com au Second Chance Horse Rescue http www schrar org Clydesdale Horse Rescue http www clydesdalerescue com au Project Hope http www phhwv org au Horses with Hope http www horseswithhope com Horse Rescue Australia http www horserescue com au site SE QLD Appaloosa Horse Rescue http www gshorsemanship com rescue htm Read 2004 times Last modified on Tuesday 25 October 2011 10 37

    Original URL path: http://www.horsewelfare.com.au/stories/item/19-links (2015-11-27)
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  • Horse Welfare Inc | Rescue | Re-habilitiation | Re-education - Sponsor a Horse
    can require considerable input of time effort and expense You can help by donating your time services or money any little bit can help Alternatively you could adopt your own rescue horse Should you decide to do this there are several costs you should be aware of For your reference and to enable you to budget appropriately the associated costs you may incur are Sponsoring a Horse One off Sponsorship fee 20 Weekly full sponsorship of a specific horse 50 Weekly partial sponsorship of a specific horse 25 Other Costs Ongoing Assistance appreciated Weekly feed costs where hand feeding is required 50 Dental annually 100 Farrier bi monthly 20 100 Worming bi monthly 10 20 Horses that have been broken in or re educated during this process will be costed differently Horse ownership is a huge responsibility and can be costly We realize that this may impact your decision Our aim is to place these horses where they will have the best possible future Not making you aware of this would be negligent If you would like to go ahead or ask more please email us through the Contact Us page on this site Read 1935 times Last modified on

    Original URL path: http://www.horsewelfare.com.au/stories/item/18-sponsor-a-horse (2015-11-27)
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  • Horse Welfare Inc | Rescue | Re-habilitiation | Re-education - Privacy Policy
    Gathering of Information Voluntary Submission Australian Horse Welfare does not collect personally identifying information about any individual website user except when knowingly provided by such individual You always have the option not to provide the information we request Certain Disclosures We may disclose your personal information if required to do so by law or subpoena or if we believe that such action is necessary to a conform to the law or comply with legal process served on us or Affiliated Parties b protect and defend our rights and property the Site the users of the Site and or our Affiliated Parties c act under circumstances to protect the safety of users of the Site us or third parties Cookies A cookie is a data file that certain websites write to your computer s hard drive when you visit such sites A cookie file can contain information such as a user identification code that the site uses to track the pages you have visited Browser Level Information Australian Horse Welfare web servers automatically collect information about a site user s IP address browser type and referrer by reading this information from the user s browser information provided by every user s browser This information is automatically logged by most websites Use of Information The information collected via online forms or by browser type will only be used by Australian Horse Welfare All information sent to the Australian Horse Welfare website is held on secure database and will not be used for marketing purposes This information will not be shared with any third party companies Your Consent By using our Web site you consent to our collection and use of your personal information as described in this Privacy Policy If we change our privacy policies and procedures we will post those changes

    Original URL path: http://www.horsewelfare.com.au/stories/item/16-privacy-policy (2015-11-27)
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  • Horse Welfare Inc | Rescue | Re-habilitiation | Re-education - Terms of Use
    is subject to change without notice and is without warranty of any kind express or implied Australian Horse Welfare does not warrant that the web site will operate or perform in a manner that is uninterrupted or error free or that the web site or host server will be maintained free of viruses or other harmful code Australian Horse Welfare its agents and associates shall not be held liable for any damage actual consequential or incidental arising from action taken in response to information presented on this web site which may contain inaccuracies or may be out of date Moreover Australian Horse Welfare cannot guarantee that any information products or services that are delivered via the internet have been done so without error and accordingly Australian Horse Welfare and its affiliates will not be liable in any way for downloading and or internet related errors IN NO EVENT SHALL Australian Horse Welfare OR ITS AFFILIATES BE LIABLE FOR ANY DAMAGES TO YOU OR ANY OTHER PARTY ARISING FROM YOUR USE OF OR THE COPYING DOWNLOADING DISTRIBUTION OR MODIFICATION OF MATERIALS CONTAINED ON horsewelfare com au ON ANY THEORY OF LIABILITY INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOSS OF DATA PROFITS OR BUSINESS COSTS OF COVER OR OTHER SPECIAL INCIDENTAL EXEMPLARY OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH LOSS OR DAMAGE Reservation of Rights Australian Horse Welfare reserves all of its rights including but not limited to any and all copyrights trademarks patents trade secrets and any other proprietary right that Australian Horse Welfare may have in respect of this website The use of these rights and property requires Australian Horse Welfare s prior written consent You are expressly forbidden to make any commercial use of this website or services provided within without Australian Horse Welfare s prior

    Original URL path: http://www.horsewelfare.com.au/stories/item/15-terms-of-use (2015-11-27)
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  • Horse Welfare Inc | Rescue | Re-habilitiation | Re-education - Items filtered by date: October 2011 - Results from #10
    2011 19 06 The face of Hopelessness This is not one specific story but one general story that is happening all over this country These little guys beautiful and proud are the faces of despair Sadly there are as many young horses very young that make it to the dogger yards as there are old horses These babies were born at the doggers Young horses with no care early in their development will not meet the appropriate growth or nutritional intake required for a happy healthy life In this case a deal was struck and the owners of yards were happy to sell these foals and their mothers to loving homes with a future What about tomorrow Read more Friday 21 October 2011 17 03 About Us Horse welfare Inc was formed to support and co ordinate the rehabilitation and rehousing of horses in Australia Horses who may have been neglected left behind forgotten mistreated or simply unable to be cared for by their owners Not all of these horses come from homes where they were not loved In fact a large percentage of horses in the current climate are victims of drought or flooding in parts of our country Their families are suffering livelihoods are being threatened and the horses are simply victims passed on by regretful owners Others come from homes where their owners were simply not educated appropriately in the care or management of horses And sadly some do come from backgrounds of complete neglect abandonment and careless breeding programs Over the years we have managed horses from Neglected backgrounds Overbreeders Slaughter yards Sale Yards Abandoned paddocks RSPCA Council Owners unable to manage Trainers wanting a better future for slower steeds Horse Welfare Inc is committed to educating the wider community of alternate options for our equine friends and providing greater opportunities for horses into the future We are a Tax Concession Charity and Deducitble Gift Recipient We also have approval to conduct fundraisers from OLGR For more information please see our constitution document here Our Committee consists of President Jo Briggs Secretary Rachael Prummel Treasurer Diane Haines Field Officer Marina Kijl Rachael Prummel Jo Briggs Volunteers Deb Lawson Jo Baker Read more Start Prev 1 2 3 Next End Page 2 of 3 Brumbies for all uses Every year on several occasions brumbies are passively trapped in the Kosciusko national park Sadly due to the lack of people with skills to manage unhandled or wild horses many of them end up going to slaughter Over the past few years many brumby Read more Mount George Ponies We have been asked to remove 4 pony geldings of welsh pony decent from a property near mount george in NSW These ponies were originally part of a larger group purchased as a rescue project back in 2006 They have since been left unhandled and abandoned on Read more Baby We were called to a property in Maitland on November 14th 2012 It was reported there was a pony in

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  • Horse Welfare Inc | Rescue | Re-habilitiation | Re-education - Items filtered by date: October 2011 - Results from #20
    or wild horses many of them end up going to slaughter Over the past few years many brumby Read more Mount George Ponies We have been asked to remove 4 pony geldings of welsh pony decent from a property near mount george in NSW These ponies were originally part of a larger group purchased as a rescue project back in 2006 They have since been left unhandled and abandoned on Read more Baby We were called to a property in Maitland on November 14th 2012 It was reported there was a pony in a paddock who could not walk and had been abandoned by her owners What we found was disgraceful Read more Ruby Jewel Ruby and Jewel were at the Maitland Sale yards on November 8th 2012 Jewell reached out to all of us by resting her head through the rails on our hands As with most horses in the doggers pens she was miserable and distressed Read more Blue Blue came through the Maitland Sale Yards on September 13th 2012 A 7yr old unregistered Arabian Pony stallion in very poor condition You could count most of the bones in this little guys body He rested quietly in the corner of the yard and sought comfort Read more Titan Titan is a beautiful Palomino Welsh pony gelding He is around 4yrs old and was unhandled when he arrived with us in late June 2012 He was also incredibly unwell with pneumonia Read more Fiesta Fiesta is a 5yr old Quarter Horse Mare with a wonderful gentle nature She came to us Read more Mt George Girls At the end of August we took a trip to Mount George near Wingham in NSW to collect 6 Read more Heather Heather came to us at the same time as Lance You

    Original URL path: http://www.horsewelfare.com.au/stories/itemlist/date/2011/10?start=20 (2015-11-27)
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