Fairview horses get physiotherapy treat after violent protests

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Wanting to make a difference and assist where she could, East London veterinary physiotherapist Sage Pagel made her way to Port Elizabeth to help treat a number of horses injured during  violent protests at the Fairview Race Course two weeks ago.

Pagel, 25, of Equi-Nine Veterinary Physiotherapy, said she had been horrified to see videos and pictures on social media of what happened to the horses after a crowd of nearly 200 people converged on the stables housing racehorses trained by Yvette Bremner...

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