You can watch the money pour into your account (if you're lucky enough), if you're in generous mood you can subscribe to the Irish Horse Welfare Trust or if you feel even more generous than that there is a facility to transfer funds from your account to someone else's HRI account.
What does IHWT stand for?
IHWT stands for Irish Horse Welfare Trust
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- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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- Indented Hex Washer Head
- Indian Hindu Welfare Organisation (Northampton, East Midlands, England, UK)
- International House World Organisation
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Irish Horse Welfare Trust said the fair should be finished at Smithfield and moved to a more suitable venue.
He will be with me in that time, but in the summer we'll return to the Irish Horse Welfare Trust in Whitlow which looks after retired racehorses.
The Irish Horse Welfare Trust begged the Department of Agriculture not to kill all the horses, which were seized from a farm in Kilkenny.
Sharon Newsome of the Irish Horse Welfare Trust said that Ireland's stance on exporting horses for slaughter is unclear.
He has been a huge attraction with many people visiting the Irish Horse Welfare Trust to see him, but he was taking up a stable that realistically we did need for neglected and homeless horses.
In racing, beneficiaries include the Irish Horse Welfare Trust, Drogheda Memorial Fund, Jim Olde Racing Charity and Injured Jockeys Fund.
Titbits from January's Osblog1 include news that Moscow Flyer has joined Florida Pearl and Vintage Crop in retirement at the INS after four and a half years at the Irish Horse Welfare Trust.