'Fly grazing' ponies under threat in Monks Wood, Wick

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Up to 40 horses, illegally abandoned in the Vale of Glamorgan, might have to be destroyed if new homes cannot be found for them.

The Welsh Gypsy Cobs were left on community land near the village of Wick.

The Woodland Trust, which owns the site, says so-called "fly-grazing" is a growing problem right across south Wales.

Nick Palit reports.

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