World Horse Welfare

12th November 2020

It was an honour to chair World Horse Welfare’s annual conference for the second year in a row today.

With an extensive list of incredible speakers, including a brilliant address from HRH The Princess Royal on the need to rethink our relationship with horses as part of a horse-human partnership, the conference (titled ‘The horse-human partnership – what’s in it for the horses?’) was not to be missed.

As an animal lover and someone who has grown up around horses (as well as being the son of a Grand National winning jockey), I am a huge advocate for the work that World Horse Welfare do to help rescue, rehabilitate and rehome equines that have been neglected, abandoned or abused.

That’s why I continue to do all I can for a sector that brings so much social and economic benefit to our great country, especially our lovely part of the world here in Mid Norfolk.

To learn more and/or watch the conference back, please click the link to the World Horse Welfare website here

George Freeman's visit to the World Horse Welfare Rescue and Rehoming Centre at Snetterton last year

George Freeman's visit to the World Horse Welfare Rescue and Rehoming Centre at Snetterton last year