Rescuing Horses in Sticky Situations
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Rescuing Horses in Sticky Situations

It's that sinking feeling that many horse owners will experience at one time or another - arriving at the yard ot find your horse's leg stuck in the fence, or your pony has escaped and is stuck in a ditch.

New Forest vets - along with their colleagues in the Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service's Animal team - are often called to a range or incidents involving unlucky equines and their stressed owners.

From Forest-run ponies stuck in cattle grids, to adventurous equines caught up in a fence, chances are that your vet has seen it all.

Seadown Veterinary Service's Hannah Buteux gives us her take on this vital aspect of her job.

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