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More than 60 horses that were "fly grazing" near Cardiff Airport have been taken away and rehomed.
Vale of Glamorgan council said it had seized the animals which had been dumped there by their owner.
It said an animal charity had helped it rehome the animals at sanctuaries in Lincolnshire, Bristol and Devon.
Earlier this month, 40 Welsh Gypsy Cobs which had been dumped at a wood near Wick were moved after it emerged they faced being seized and destroyed.
The local authority said on Thursday that it had launched a large-scale operation to deal with horse left on land it owned near the airport at Rhoose. Read Full Story