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Riding Horses

Volume 21: debated on Thursday 1 April 1982

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asked the Chancellor of the Exchequer, pursuant to the reply to the hon. Member for Stroud on 2 March, Official Report, c. 111, under what circumstances riding horses may be classified as agricultural animals.

A riding horse is treated as an agricultural animal where it is kept wholly or mainly for its work on the farm.