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THE INTERNATIONAL LEAGUE FOR THE PROTECTION OF HORSES ( ILPH )


EVERY DAY THOUSANDS OF HORSES AROUND THE WORLD SUFFER

Originally founded in 1927 as a campaigning organisation, the ILPH continues to work towards a ban on the awful trade in live horses transported long-distances into and across Europe for slaughter. The ILPH works to maintain protection for British ponies from this trade. They also campaign on a variety of issues which impact on the welfare of horses, in order to achieve protection against neglect and cruelty.

The ILPH is the largest re-homer of horses in the UK, with nearly 1,800 on their loan scheme. They have around 300 horses in their four Rehabilitation Centres. The UK Welfare Hotline 0870 871 1927 takes around 30,000 calls a year leading to around 1,500 separate investigations by their 16 Field Officers.

To find out more or make a donation visit www.ilph.org
FundraisingBen Maher supports Equestrian Spectacular for ILPHStory Last Updated 16/08/2007 09:27:00

Ben Maher
The International League for the Protection of Horses (ILPH) is set to benefit from a huge Equestrian Spectacular at its Norfolk headquarters on Saturday 8th September featuring international show jumper Ben Maher.

The Equestrian Spectacular is the brainchild of ILPH supporter and fundraiser Jenny Norman and is kindly sponsored by Countryside Show Jumps. Jenny chose to raise money for the ILPH because of its “unrelenting work for horses across the world and ILPH Hall Farm’s fantastic venue.”

Ben Maher will be headlining a jam-packed day of displays, lectures and children’s activities with two exclusive master classes and lecture demos. Riders will have the opportunity to place sealed bids in advance for a chance to be one of the lucky eight chosen to take part in a master class.

Other attractions will include a dressage to music display with Paul and Tessa Fielder, Pine Lodge School of Classical Equitation, trade stands, ILPH rescued horses, an expert Q & A session and a grand auction featuring celebrity donated items such as signed Frankie Dettori silks, a signed Mark Todd jacket and a private lesson with Ben Maher.

Doors open from 9am and main arena tickets cost £15 adults / £10 children for half a day and £25 adults / £20 children for the full day. Tickets are limited so early booking is recommended. For further information please visit www.equestrianspectacular.co.uk or call Jenny Norman on 01508 548521









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