Ride 100 miles in 100 days and raise £100 for Brooke.
You can ride the 100 miles yourself or share the distance with friends (for example, 10 riders get together and ride 10 miles).
There's no registration fee, we just ask that you raise a minimum of £100.
Start whenever and wherever you want, but try to complete it by 31 October 2019. If you can't, don't worry - as long as you sign up and fundraise, we'll still support you.
Join the MyHackathon Facebook page and see what others are doing.
Take part in MyHackathon
The Hackathon experience for me was absolutely amazing. I genuinely couldn’t fault anything, it was extremely easy to take part and everyone I spoke with along the way were very helpful. The Facebook page was a really good way to share experiences with other people and it encouraged me to keep motivated.
[My Horse] Sandy was looking incredibly well over the summer, the best she’s honestly ever looked, and I believe that is all down to the fact that I was getting out hacking for miles in addition to schooling which meant her condition was amazing.
I so enjoyed doing it, feeling that even though I was doing something I do anyway, it just had a little more meaning as the money would go to such a great cause.
Brooke's Global Ambassador said, "Hacking is really important for horses and riders – it keeps us both fit, and for me, it’s nice to have some chilled out time with the horses outside of the training arena. I love hacking out into the fields and having a big open space to ride in. With Brooke’s MyHackathon, you’re also making a difference for working horses, donkeys and mules at the same time, all you have to do is hack 100 miles in 100 days and raise £100 for Brooke. Sign up now."
How we'll support you
Our specialised fundraising team will help you with your fundraising by giving lots of practical fundraising advice and providing materials to help you with your challenge.
Want to hack less than 100 miles?
Is 100 miles a bit of a stretch for you or do you own a smaller pony? If so, we have just the challenge for you! Follow in the footsteps of Mini Fat Pony, Brooke's Motivational and Education Officer and take on a Mini Hackathon.
A serious infection left Angie Jones-Moore's horse, Bas, barely able to walk. After a long period of rehabilitation MyHackathon provided a great incentive to help get his strength back.
Read more of our supporters' fundraising stories.