18 September 2014
The Brooke has successfully helped to save hundreds of horses from starvation, following a two stage emergency feeding programme in Nicaragua.
5 August 2014
A new study carried out by the University of Bristol and funded by the Brooke looks at the behavioural traits of donkeys.
4 July 2014
A poster detailing some of the Brooke’s world-leading equine research has been recognised with a top award at the 7th International Colloquium for Working Equids.
1 July 2014
The Brooke are presenting five talks and 28 posters at the 7th International Colloquium on Working Equids 2014
12 June 2014
The Brooke has today started emergency feeding hundreds of starving horses in drought-stricken Nicaragua.
14 May 2014
Our new report reveals the views of women in developing countries, caring for and benefiting working donkeys, horses and mules.
12 May 2014
New animation from the Brooke shows how common office annoyances are nothing compared to the jobs done by horses donkeys and mules around the world
8 April 2014
The Brooke is developing a brand new welfare assessment app for Android
10 March 2014
The Brooke has released the world's first working equid veterinary manual, combining 80 years of experience
4 February 2014
Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall held a special luncheon at her home on Tuesday 4 February as part of celebrations for the Brooke’s 80th anniversary.
28 January 2014
Today HRH The Duchess of Cornwall kicked off the Brooke's 80th Anniversary celebrations, meeting supporters, volunteers and staff at the Life Through a Lens photography exhibition.
14 January 2014
The Brooke’s 80th anniversary year celebrations got off to an impressive start at the special private view of our photographic exhibition Over 200 guests, including some well-known faces, joined us at London’s St-Martin-in-the-Fields where our special photographer, former champion jockey Richard Dunwoody MBE, showed off his captivating photographs recording the work of the Brooke.
8 November 2013
One in ten women claim they love their pet MORE than their partner, a study revealed yesterday.Nearly a third said their levels of love for their pet were exactly the same as those they harboured for their husband or boyfriend.
The Dragon's Den star highlights the Brooke's work by visiting Brooke India and the brick kilns