12 March 2020 to 11 March 2021


Ride 100 miles in 100 days and raise £100 for Brooke.

Be part of MyHackathon

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The Challenge

Ride 100 miles in 100 days and raise £100 for Brooke.

There's no registration fee; we just ask you to raise a minimum of £100 to help vulnerable working equines all over the world.

Join the MyHackathon Facebook page to see what others are doing.

Easy steps to being part of MyHackathon

1. TELL US - Sign up to MyHackathon to let us know you are taking part.

2. CREATE A JUSTGIVING FUNDRAISING PAGE - a really quick and easy way to get your fundraising started is to set-up a JustGiving fundraising page.  All money raised this way will come to Brooke automatically.

3. TRACK YOUR MILES  - if you have a smart phone, you can download an app to help you reach your daily target. 

4. BE SOCIAL - We'd love you to join our special Facebook Group and share your progress with your fellow hackers!

How we'll support you

Our fundraising team will help you raise funds by giving lots of practical fundraising advice and providing materials to help you with your challenge. 

After you have signed up to MyHackathon we will be in touch with hints and tips including information about our thank you prizes and how you could be part of our Hacker of the Month competition!

You can read more about MyHackathon goodies here.

Keeping safe

During these uncertain times, our primary concern is the wellbeing of our fundraisers and supporters.

If you have already started your MyHackathon challenge then we ask that you put this on pause until government restrictions are relaxed. If you are about to sign up to the challenge please choose to start later in the year.

We do encourage you to use this time to get started on your fundraising by setting up your fundraising page and checking out some of the ways you can fundraise at home. This will mean that when it is time to take on the challenge you will already be well on your way to fundraising success!

As the situation is rapidly changing, we will be staying up to date and following the latest government and NHS advice.

Want to host a TeamHackathon?

We currently recommend you take part in MyHackathon as a solo challenge. However, you may be looking to organise a team event for later in the year.

Take a quick look at our TeamHackathon guide for some inspiration!

What do previous MyHackathon hackers think?

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.

[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.

Lex Whitby, Hacker of the Month

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.

Lisa Brown, Hacker of the Month 

Be part of MyHackathon

Charlotte Dujardin is supporting MyHackathon
Charlotte Dujardin riding

Brooke's Global Ambassador said, "I’m thrilled to be continuing my support for Brooke’s MyHackathon this year. It’s a great way of keeping fit and spending time with your horse whilst also making a difference to the lives of working equines who need our help most. I was lucky enough to visit Brooke’s work in India in 2015 and saw the amazing difference that donations can make."

Find out which celebrity riders are supporting MyHackathon this year.