Crucial Role was injured in a "horrific fall".
A landmark win for animal welfare.
CCTV will be mandatory in all slaughterhouses in England under new plans unveiled by the Government in a move hailed by animal
Animal Aid accuses Britain First of trying to 'incite racial division'.
Britain First is being accused of trying to “incite racial division” after falsely claiming animal abuse caught on slaughterhouse
'It’s racing at all costs.'
Animal rights campaigners have voiced concerns about the scorching heat horses will be competing in during Royal Ascot this
Since 2000, 48 horses have died there.
Millions of pounds are expected to be wagered during this week’s Grand National festival, but animal rights campaigners say
The death toll last year hit a ten-year high.
Jockey Mark Walsh avoided serious injury despite being thrown off his mount, but he will not ride again this week, the Associated
Animal Aid described the situation as 'carnage'.
Campaigners have revealed that a “staggering” 1,500 horses died on racecourses across Britain in the last decade ahead of
As the annual Cheltenham Racing Festival gets underway this month, it is estimated that around £400m will be wagered on the
Animal Aid said they raised concerns about the horse's health last year.
A former Grand National winner has died after narrowly winning a race at the Cheltenham Festival Trials Day on Saturday. Many
Birds were in a 'dreadful state'.
Warning: Article contains details and images some readers may find upsetting Bloodied and injured turkeys have been filmed
'I have never ever seen anything as bad as this on a racecourse.'
Dene Stansall, Animal Aid’s horseracing consultant, said his daughter was left in tears at the distressing sight. Stansall