A woman who kept starving horses in a “death camp” has been jailed and banned from keeping animals for life.
Annette Nally, 50, of Parkwood Lane, Solihull was found guilty of two charges of causing unnecessary suffering to horses and two charges of failing to take reasonable steps to ensure the needs of horses in her care were met. She was sentenced to 26 weeks in prison when she appeared at Kidderminster Magistrates Court on 6 September following a six-day trial.
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Article written by: Becky Murray