The RSPCA is investigating after a woman was filmed punching and kicking a horse in a video that wildlife presenter Chris Packham called “appalling”.

Hertfordshire Hunt Saboteurs tweeted the clip on Sunday and said it showed a member of the Cottesmore Hunt.
The video shows a horse apparently reluctant to get into a trailer, before a woman grabs the reins, kicks the animal, and slaps and punches it several times.
Animal lover Ricky Gervais retweeted the video to his 14 million followers, while TV presenter and conservationist Chris Packham also shared the video.

Packham called on the RSPCA to take tough action to “urgently investigate and definitively prosecute this appalling abuse – thus upholding our standards of animal welfare protection”.
In a reply, the charity called the video – which has been viewed 3.4 million times – “really upsetting” and said it was “actively looking into this at the moment” and monitoring social media for updates.

It has asked anyone with first-hand information to get in touch on 0300 1234 999.
The Cottesmore Hunt covers the county of Rutland and parts of west Lincolnshire and east Leicestershire.

The hunt have been contacted for comment, but according to ITV News it said it did not condone such actions “under any circumstances” and will “be reminding all of our supporters that this will not be tolerated”.

And do not forget the Rees Mogg’s and the Drax’s are amongst those who get off on ripping animals to shreds.

And they say Fox’s are vermin.

Penny Lane

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