Fears for horses cut off by freezing tides near Penclawdd

Fears for horses cut off by freezing tides near Penclawdd | South Wales Evening Post
New images of horses apparently cut off by high tides off North Gower have raised fresh questions about their welfare and ownership. Small groups of what are not thought to be marsh-bred ponies were surrounded by rising tides near Penclawdd early last Thursday and Friday morning. RSPCA inspectors were at the scene, as was the Post on the Friday. The cob-type animals did not appear to be distressed, but temperatures were barely above freezing and the area they were in contains deep channels.
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