World Horse Welfare Trail

Cadogan is delighted to be hosting four brightly painted horse sculptures for the World Horse Welfare Borough Trail this August.

Galloping across Chelsea this summer are ten stunning horses, painted by celebrities and each highlighting a story of a horse helped by international horse charity World Horse Welfare. The charity are encouraging animal lovers and art fans to enjoy their Royal Borough Trail, designed to help raise awareness and funds for the their work worldwide.

Famous painters include Sara Cox, Martin Clunes and Alan Titchmarsh. The trail can be navigated using the special World Horse Trail App, which not only shows you which way to walk but also explains the fascinating story behind each exquisite sculpture. The App can be downloaded here (Android) or here (Apple). If you fall in love en route you can place a bid on your favourite model because each sculpture will be auctioned in November – details about the auction and online auction can be found on the World Horse Welfare website from September.

To find out more see the World Horse Welfare website.


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