Yesterday Pakistan was hit by shock waves from an earthquake which started in Afghanistan. We bring you another update from our team in Pakistan.
Global Equine Welfare charity Brooke is giving shoppers the chance to escape the consumerist squabble of Black Friday this year and offering the opportunity to buy virtual gifts for loved ones. The gifts, priced from £9 - £106 will help working horses, donkeys and mules in developing countries around the world, where people rely on their working animals to earn a living.
The Sir Peter O’Sullevan Charitable Trust will have its first annual lunch today since the death of its namesake and Brooke's Patron, Sir Peter O’Sullevan. Sir Peter passed away earlier this year at the age of 97.
The contribution of working horses, donkeys and mules to the livelihoods of some of the world’s poorest people is overlooked, leaving working equines invisible in livestock policy and suffering as a result, a new report from international equine welfare charity Brooke claims.
Celebrities have giving support to the Brooke's Horse Heroes campaign. This Armistice Day, we want to draw special attention to the horses who took part in the war. Of the one million horses supporting the British forces in WW1, only 60,000 returned to the UK.
World dressage champion and Global Ambassador for Brooke, Charlotte Dujardin, has joined Brooke team in India to witness first-hand the lives of working horses, donkeys and mules in the region.
Her Majesty The Queen surprised Brooke on Wednesday 21 October by attending an event hosted by HRH The Duchess of Cornwall. Brooke global ambassador Monty Roberts conducted a demonstration of his Join Up technique to a small crowd of VIPs.
World Porridge Day is a global initiative to raise awareness about the efforts to aid starving children in some of the world’s poorest communities gain an education.
The art critic Brian Sewell, famous for his journalism in many publications died, aged 84, on 19 September 2015.
Dotty, a fibre glass donkey belonging to the Sussex Brooke Champion group was stolen in the early hours of Monday 31 August at the Edenbridge and Oxted show. She was the beloved mascot of the group and had helped them raise over £140,000 for real donkeys working overseas.