RSPCA: 'We're dealing with abandoned horses every day'

"The problem of fly-grazing - the problem of horses on common land - is an enormous problem" says the RSPCA's Gethin Russell-Jones.

"Our RSPCA inspectors are involved daily in recovering horses, dealing with complaints".

"There must be hundreds and hundreds of horses scattered across South Wales at the moment".


Abandoned horses 'increasing'

'Fly-grazing' - where horses are left on land without the owner's permission - is getting worse, according to a report by NFU Cymru.