Northern Ireland Drafts Equine Welfare Codes

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A key change in the 2011 Act is that action can now be taken by authorities to prevent a horse from suffering. Under the current legislation from the previous act, action can only be taken "after suffering has occurred," the spokesman told The Horse.

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