Kate Greenhalgh neglect

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Perhaps each organisation should ask on their application forms/entry forms 'Have you got any animal cruelty convictions?' If KG was being truthful, she would have to answer yes. The organisations should have it as one of their rules that anyone convicted of animal cruelty cannot enter/be a member.
Under the Rehabilitation of offenders act most convictions of individuals are spent really quickly especially non custodial and I’m not sure except for specific convictions you’re even allowed to ban someone on those grounds. I know it applies to job applications but not sure about private club membership.
 

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Under the Rehabilitation of offenders act most convictions of individuals are spent really quickly especially non custodial and I’m not sure except for specific convictions you’re even allowed to ban someone on those grounds. I know it applies to job applications but not sure about private club membership.

Convictions are not spent that quickly!
 

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She wasn't even banned. But the more people refuse to let this lie, the better. She needs to find making a living in the equestrian world impossible through word of mouth and people just refusing to buy from her. If the law won't act to safeguard animals, then at least buyers can try to.
 

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that advert for Wonda was still showing on horsequest last night but the video has been deleted. that horse has been for sale for a very long time so there must be something wrong with her as from the pictures she looks like a nice horse and the type that many people would want., she should have sold easily in this market.
 
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She wasn't even banned. But the more people refuse to let this lie, the better. She needs to find making a living in the equestrian world impossible through word of mouth and people just refusing to buy from her. If the law won't act to safeguard animals, then at least buyers can try to.
Completely agree - lets hope she isn't as resilient as the likes of Meadow Stud et al
 
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Perhaps each organisation should ask on their application forms/entry forms 'Have you got any animal cruelty convictions?' If KG was being truthful, she would have to answer yes. The organisations should have it as one of their rules that anyone convicted of animal cruelty cannot enter/be a member.
Do you really think she would have been truthful ? You are very nieve if you do
 

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There must be ways of identifying who people are otherwise drug cheats could compete or people could compete when they are too old/young or on an ineligible horse. Proof of identity when you affiliate then you have to show your membership card when you compete? Harder for unaff but perhaps all adult prize winners need to show a drivers licence or other form of ID or something?
 

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There must be ways of identifying who people are otherwise drug cheats could compete or people could compete when they are too old/young or on an ineligible horse. Proof of identity when you affiliate then you have to show your membership card when you compete? Harder for unaff but perhaps all adult prize winners need to show a drivers licence or other form of ID or something?

Well, yes. It's not really rocket science and any one found to have lied on their entry form could then be disqualified (without refund).
 
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