Cheltenham Festival: Order leaflets and help horses

Posted on the 31st January 2018

The 2018 Cheltenham Festival starts on 13 March.

More horses have died at Cheltenham Racecourse than any other in Britain. In 2017, twelve horses died there, four of whom were killed during the four-day Cheltenham Festival. Many people still believe that horse deaths are an unfortunate fluke, but around 200 horses die on British racecourses each year.

Help us to speak out for them by ordering leaflets to hand out ahead of this year’s Cheltenham Festival – you may change someone’s mind and stop them from betting on animals’ lives.

Order free resources to campaign against the Cheltenham Festival

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