For Adam Hutchinson, who features, the film was a chance to reply to those who assume horses in the inner city aren’t well looked after. “But that is not the case,” he says.
At Molyneux Yard, a Group of Horse Owners and Locals Rally to Save Their Lane
A group of local horse owners and locals are organising to try to save the lane and preserve the long-standing tradition of urban horse culture in the Liberties.
As the Issue of Abandoned Horses in Dublin Persists, Some Call on Council to Change Its Approach
Mistreatment of horses is not a new problem for Dublin City Council. Last year, the council spent €145,276 on euthanising horses which could not be returned or re-homed.
A Call for Councils to Do More to Support Horse Ownership Among Travellers
It’s time the state invested in the infrastructure necessary for Traveller culture to continue to exist, says Patrick Nevin. It’s about mental health too, he says.
Rise in Euthanised Horses Fuels Calls For Change of Approach
Nearly 150 horses were put down last year in the city, an increase from 2017. Owners and equine-welfare organisations say it’s past time to look seriously at new approaches.
A Group of Young Men Push for a Stables in Cherry Orchard
Those involved in the Horse Power project have been working to repair the relationship between Gardaí and local young men. An equine centre would help a lot, they say.