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HORSE WATCH NOW HAS A TRAILER WATCH SCHEME AVAILABLE FOR A £1.50 DONATION. UPON RECEIPT OF REGISTRATION & DONATION YOU WILL BE ISSUED WITH A WEST MERCIA HORSE WATCH SECURITY SKIN THAT MEASURES 80 x 35 mm. **Please note, if … Continue reading
Changes are being made to the way that West Mercia Police communicate via our current email alert system. The new system called the Community Message Service, hosted via the West Mercia Police & Warwickshire Police websites will streamline and improve … Continue reading
Have you registered your details with us on our FREE microchip / freeze mark database? Details you provide will be retained by West Mercia Horse Watch and shared with West Mercia Police for the purpose of identifying ownership in incidents … Continue reading
Coming soon…!! Horse Watch is soon to launch ‘Trailer Watch’ as part of our scheme. Register your trailer / horsebox with the scheme and obtain a security skin that can be applied in a covert or overt location with your … Continue reading
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Horse Watch now have a Freeze Mark / Microchip Voluntary Database Registration available. Complete the registration form and disclaimer, return to Horse Watch and have your details uploaded to the database for FREE! Please note that police officers do not … Continue reading
After much research and debate, I have finally sourced a Fetlock ID Band made of Nylon webbing. They are durable, visible and safe to use. Each band would be embroidered with WMHW and a UNIQUE REFERENCE NUMBER that will be … Continue reading
We are pleased to welcome a new sponsor to Horse Watch: Solar Technology International. They have four products that provide solar powered solutions for equestrians: 1. SolarHub 16 & 64 â€“ Provide bright indoor LED strip lighting for stables, tack … Continue reading