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[All-In-1-Min] 【整理】2008-11-11, BBC: Words in the News

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Far from the city, an empty paddock and nothing but memories. After 15 years Shelagh Ball was forced to say goodbye to her beloved horse. This is what happens when the downturn starts to bite.

The reason I've had to give up Fred is economics. Solely and purely economics. And the effect it's had on me is devastating. I mean I… just heartbreaking. I love that horse and if I could afford to keep him, I would for the rest of his life. But I can't.

Shelagh isn't alone. Horse charities say record numbers are struggling to pay the bills. First came huge rises in costs - the price of feed doubled. Now there is less money around to pay for it all, and that's hitting businesses too. Garron Baines had already given up one horse through sickness. Now he's shutting down his horse-trekking company, meaning six more need new homes.


The horse business, or the horse leisure riding has fallen off the cliff in the last few weeks as people have looked at their household budgets and decided that it's too expensive to go horse-riding. And at the same time costs have been mounting significantly over the last year.



It all means more work for those who care for unwanted animals. But charities fear this is only the beginning and that donations may begin to dry up just as huge numbers of horses need their help.

Mark Worthington, BBC


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Horse owners hit by downturn

In the UK, a charity that houses unwanted horses says it is being inundated with calls from equestrians who can no longer afford to keep their horses. The Horse Trust has received 640 requests to retire horses in the past month.

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paddock
a small area of land where animals, especially horses, are kept


the downturn starts to bite
the economic slowdown begins to have a negative effect


Solely and purely
only, nothing but, nothing other than


could afford
had enough money to


struggling to pay
here, having difficulty paying, not having enough money to easily pay


hitting
damaging, having a bad effect on, affecting negatively


horse-trekking company
a company where people can pay to hire a horse and go horse-riding for pleasure across a natural terrain


fallen off the cliff
suddenly become a lot less popular, shrunk in demand


mounting significantly
growing greatly


donations may begin to dry up
people may begin to give less money, or no money at all to charities



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Far from the city, an empty paddock and nothing but memories. After 15 years Shelagh Ball was forced to say goodbye to her beloved horse. This is what happens when the downturn starts to bite.

"The reason I've had to give up Fred is economics,solely and purely  economics. And the effect it had only me is devastating. I mean ....I  just heartbreaking. I love that horse** if I could afford to keep him, I would for the rest of life. But I can't. "
 
Shelagh is not alone.Horse charities say record numbers are struggling to pay the bills.Fitst came huge rises in costs ,the price of feed doubled.Now has less money around to pay for  at all,and tha's hitting business too.Garon Bays had already given up on horse throuh sickness ,now he's shutting down his horse-trekking company,meaning six  more need new homes.
 
The horse business,or the horse lesiure riding has fallen off the cliff in the lase few weeks as the people have looked at their household budgets and decided that it is too expensive to get horse riding and the same time that costs are mounting  significantly over last year.
 

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It all means more work for those who care for unwanted animals. But charities fear this is only the beginning and that donations may begin to dry up just as huge numbers of horses need their help.

Mark Worthington, BBC

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Far from the city, an empty paddock and nothing but memories. After 15 years Shelagh Ball was forced to say goodbye to her beloved horse. This is what happens when the downturn starts to bite.

"The reason I've had to give up Fred is economics,solely and purely  economics. And the effect it had on me is devastating. I mean ....I  just heartbreaking. Perhaps I love that horse and if I could afford to keep him, I would have it for reserves. Now but I can't. "
 
Shelagh is not alone.Horse charities say record numbers are struggling to pay the bills.Fitst came huge rises in costs ,the price of feed doubled.Now has less money around to pay for it at all,and that's hitting business too.Garon Bays had already given up one horse through sickness ,now he's shutting down his horse-trekking company,meaning six  more need new homes.
 
The horse business,or the horse lesiure riding has fallen off the cliff in the lase few weeks as the people have a look at their household budgets and decided that it is too expensive to get horse riding and at the same time / costs had been mounting  significantly over the last year.
 

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It all means more work for those who care for unwanted animals. But charities fear this is only the beginning and that donations may begin to dry up just as huge numbers of horses need their help.

Mark Worthington, BBC

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Far from the city, an empty paddock and nothing but memories. After 15 years Shelagh Ball was forced to say goodbye to her beloved horse. This was what happens when the downturn starts to bite. “The reason that I have had to give up Fred is economics, solely and purely economics. And the effect that hit on me is devastating. I mean, I just heart-breaking. I love that horse. If I can afford to keep him, I would for the rest of my life. But I cann’t.” Shelagh isn’t alone. Horse Charities say record numbers are struggling to pay the bills. First came huge rises in costs. The price of feed doubled. Now has less money around to pay for it at all. That is hitting businesses too. Caron Bay had already given up a horse through sickness. Now he is shutting down his horse-trekking company meaning six more need new homes. “The horse businesses, or the horse leisure riding, has fallen off the cliff in the last few weeks as people have to look to the horse budget and decide it is too expensive to get horse-riding. And at the same time, costs had been mounting significantly over the last year” It all means more work for those who care for unwanted animals. But Charities fear this is only the beginning. And the donation may begin to dry up just as huge numbers of horses need their help.

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“The reason I have to give up Fred is economics, solely and purely economics. And defects had on this *. I mean, I just, how breaking. I love that horse thing and if I could affort to keeping I would ** but I can’t. “

 

Sh isn’t alone. Horse charity say record numbers are struggling to pay the bills. First can huge rises and costs the prise of feed double. Now as less money around to pay for at all. And that’s hitting businesses, too. Gb had already given up one horse to sickness. Now, he’s shuttng down his horse-trekking company, meaning six more need new homes.

 

“The horse businesses or the horse riding has fallen off the cliff in last few weeks, as people have lots of budgets and decided that is too expensive to get horse riding and at the same time costing mounting significantly of the last year.”

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"The reason that of us to give up to ride is economics, solely and purely economics. And defectives had on me is debistating. I…I mean, I just heart-breaking. I…I just love that horse and if I could afford to keep him, I would, but ,but I can’t."

 

Shelagh isn’t alone. Horse charity saved record numbers are struggling to pay the bills. First came huge rises in costs, the price of feed doubled. Now that the less money around to pay for it all, and that’s hitting businesses too. Garrenny has already given up one horse through sickness, now he’s shutting down his horse trekking company, meaning six more need new homes.

 

"The horse business…the horse riding has fallen off the cliff last a few weeks as people hope to lose off the horse like buddges, decided it is too expensive to get horse ridding, the same time the cost of the mounting significantly have the lost year."

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Far from the city, an empty paddock and nothing but memories. After 15 years Shelagh Ball was forced to say goodbye to her beloved horse. This is what happens when the downturn starts to bite.

 

"The reason that I have to give up Fred is economies, solely and purely economies. And the effect it had on me is devastating. I mean ....I just heartbreaking. Perhaps I love that horse and if Icould afford to keep him, I would have it for resservd lifes. Now but I can't. "

 

Shelagh isn't alone. Horse charities say record numbers are struggling to pay the bills.

 

First came huge rises in costs, the price of feed doubled. Now has less money around to pay for it at all, and that's hitting businesses too. Garon Bays had already given up one more through sickness ,now he's shutting down his horse- trekking company, meaning six more need new homes.

 

"The horse business, or the horse lesiure riding has fallen off the cliff in the last few weeks as (the) people have a look at their household budgets and decided that it is too expensive to get horse riding and at the same time costs has been mounting significantly in the last year. "

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It all means more work for those who care for unwanted animals. But charities fear this is only the beginning and that donations may begin to dry up just as huge numbers of horses need their help.

 

Mark Worthington, BBC

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The reason I've had to give up Fred is economics,solely and purely economics. And the effect it had on me is devastating. I mean ...I just heartbreaking. I loved horse handle, if I could afford to keep him, I would for the rest of life. But I can't. "

 

Shelagh is not alone.Horse charities say record numbers are struggling to pay the bills.Fitst came huge rises in costs ,the price of feed doubled.Now has less money around to pay for at all,and that's hitting business too.Garon Bays had already given up one horse to sickness ,now he's shutting down his horse-trekking company,meaning six more need new homes.

 

The horse business,or the horse lesiure riding has fallen off the cliff in the last few weeks as the people have looked at their household budgets and decided that it is too expensive to get horse riding and the same time that costs are mounting significantly over last year

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Home workFar from the city, an empty paddock and nothing but memories. After 15 years Shelagh Ball was forced to say goodbye to her beloved horse. This is what happens when the downturn starts to bite. “ The reason I’ve had to give up Fred is economics, solely and purely economics.And the effect it had on me is devastating. I mean…I just heartbreaking. Perhaps I love that horse and if I could afford to keep him, I would rese**. Now but I can’t .” Shelagh isn’t alone. Horse Charities say record numbers are strugging to pay the bills. First came huge rises in costs, the price of feed doubled. Now has less money around to pay for it at all, and that’s hitting businesses too. Garon Bays had already given up one horse through sickness, now he’s shutting down his horse-trekking company meaning six more need new homes. “The horse businesses, or the horse riding has fallen off the cliff in last few weeks as people has a lot of budgets and decided that is too expensive to get horse riding and at the same time costs been mounting significantly the last year.” It all means more work for those who care for unwanted animals. But charities fear this is only the beginning and that donations may begin to dry up just as huge numbers of horses need their help. Mark Worthington, BBC

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Far from the city, an empty paddock and nothing but memories. After 15 years Shelagh Ball was forced to say goodbye to her beloved horse. This is what happens when the downturn starts to bite.

 

"The reason that I have to give up Fred is economics, solely and purely economics. And the effect it had on me is devastating. I mean ....I just heartbreaking. I just…I love that horse and if I could afford to keep him, I would have it for reserves. Now but I can't. "

 

Shelagh isn't alone. Horse charities say record numbers are struggling to pay the bills. First came huge rises in costs, the price of feed doubled. Now has less money around to pay for it at all and that's hitting businesses too. Garon Bays had already given up one horse for sickness, now he's shutting down his horse- trekking company, meaning six more need new homes.

 

"The horse business, or the horse leisure riding has fallen off the cliff in the last few weeks as people have a look at their household budgets and decided that it’s too expensive to get horse riding and at the same time costs has been mounting significantly over the last year. "

It all means more work for those who care for unwanted animals. But charities fear this is only the beginning and that donations may begin to dry up just as huge numbers of horses need their help.

Mark Worthington, BBC

 

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         The reason if I have to give up Fred is economics .solely and purely, economics. and the effect is had only is devastating ,I mean ,I just complicated ,I just, I love our horse and if I could afford to keep them ,I would for rest them .but I can’t .

 

         Sheila is not alone. Horse charity say record numbers of struggling to pay the bills .first came huge rises in costs. the price of feed doubled. now has less money around to pay for it all and. that’s hitting businesses too.

         

        ? Ben had already give up one horse to sickness .now he is Shutting down his horse tracking company ,meaning 6 more need new homes. The whole business ?? whole horse ridding .last few weeks as people have looked the house and the budgets.              

 

         Beside ,and it’s too expensive to get horsing riding and in the same time ,cost be mounting significantly over last year. It all means more work for those who care for unwanted animals.

 

         But charities feel this is only the beginning. And donations may begin to dry up, just as huge numbers of horses need their help.

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Far from the city, an empety paddock and nothing but memories. After 15 years, Shela Ball was force to say goodbye to her beloved horse. This is what happens when the downturn starts to bite. “The reason of giving up Fred ( her horse’s name ) is economics. Soley and purely economics. And the effect it’s had on me is devastating. I mean , I … just heart breaking . I love my horse and , if I could afford to keep him , I would afford the rest of his life. But I can’t..” Shela isn’t alone. Horse XXX say record numbers are struggling to pay the bills. First came huge rises in costs , the price of feed doubled. Now here is less money around to pay for at all. That’s hitting businesses, too. Garain Bins had already given up one horse through sickness. Now he is shutting down his horse-trekking company meaning six more need new homes. “The horse businesses say our horse leisure riding has a full enough cliff in the last few weeks as people have looked at their household budgets and dicided that it’s too expensive to get a horse riding. And at the same time on cost  being on mounting, significantly over the last year.” It all means more work for those who care for unwanted animals. The charities fear this is only the beginning and donations maybe begain to dry up just as huge numbers of horses need their help. 

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