Do these horses appear to be thin? Can you see their ribs? Do they have water? Is the halter rubbing at all?
I don't see water and I think they look ungroomed - not skin and bone yet - but bedragled.
If there is no water, then that is a welfare issue and you should call the RSPCA
Aren't you the RSPCA?
You often find that outdoor horses this time of year look scruffy with coat loss and rain etc
No, this is a vet advise site
I thought you are the RSPCA - that is what I typed into Google.
oh - apologies. the number you need to call is this one :
0300 1234 999
here is the rspca url - http://www.rspca.org.uk/home
OK - I hope they are OK - they often just stand there - I am someone who has been around horses and I have never seen any looking so bedragled.
As I say, the water thing is an issue, and the RSPCA can act if there is none. However, if the animals have access to food (grass) and water, and do not have untreated injuries or disease, they will not be able to do masses. However they sould be able to track down the owners and check they haven't been abandoned.
OK thank you - I try and get in touch with RSPCA
no problem, good luck and thank you for being concerned.