Three million views for horse charity's YouTube videos
By Lou Chapman
Wednesday 06 June 2012
World Horse Welfare is celebrating another milestone as the number of viewers of their YouTube videos has reached the three million mark.
World Horse Welfare currently have 134 films on the horse charity's YouTube site, which have been made to demonstrate the work of all elements of the charity including what they do internationally and in the UK.
Nine films were created for the highly successful ‘Rehome a Horse’ month in March this year, which resulted in the horse charity rehoming many more horses during that month compared to previous years.
The videos included BBC Formula 1 Reporter Lee McKenzie officially launching the initiative as well as several films showcasing their rehomed horses being used in wonderful ways in their loving new homes.
Ever since the charity’s first film appeared in February 2007, all the production work has been carried out in- house at the charity’s Head Office in Snetterton, Norfolk.