Visitors to Cineworld meet a real ‘War Horse’

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Visitors to Cineworld meet a real ‘War Horse’
Visitors to Cineworld meet a real ‘War Horse’

Movie-goers who went to see smash-hit Steven Spielberg film ‘War Horse’ last Saturday were greeted by a horse and rider in full military outfit from leading animal welfare charity, HorseWorld.

HorseWorld’s Director of Equine Welfare, Jerry Watkins and retired police horse Monty were met by squeals of delight from children as they approached the cinema.

"In light of the success of the ‘War Horse’ film, we thought it would be nice for children to be able to meet a live horse in full military regalia, one of them even exclaimed that they had never seen a real horse before!" explains Jerry Watkins.

"HorseWorld is currently offering under-16s who have been to see the film free entry to its popular Visitor Centre when they produce their ‘War Horse’ ticket at the admissions desk until February 10th. Many children will have found a new love for horses after watching this film and it seems the perfect opportunity to invite them to meet our rescued horses and learn about HorseWorld’s work."

 

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