Brooke supporters raised £24,027 during the UK's biggest match funding campaign, The Big Give Christmas Challenge.
Brooke has announced its line-up of readers for its second annual Christmas Carol Service on Tuesday 17 December at the Old Royal Naval College Chapel in Greenwich.
Brooke announced its new Global Farriery Project on 23 October at an event co-hosted by Kirsten Rausing of The Alborada Trust and Brooke CEO Petra Ingram at The Jockey Club Rooms in Newmarket.
Dressage rider Alice Oppenheimer will run the London Marathon next April in aid of Brooke, to raise awareness of working horses and donkeys around the world.
John Yates from Plaistow is walking approximately 300 miles from Chester to his home whilst pulling a custom-made cart in aid of Brooke. The challenge started on 28 September.
Leading animal welfare charities including Brooke have been providing hands on training for government officials from across the Americas on horse, donkey and mule welfare as part of an international seminar on working and farm animals.
Cheshire-based art personality Adam Partridge, best known for his numerous appearances on shows including Flog It!, Bargain Hunt and Dickinson’s Real Deal will be auctioneer at Brooke’s first ever art exhibition and auction at Cheshire Military Museum this September.
Brooke has launched a new global project to ensure that working animals receive better handling and, as a result, experience improved welfare in the long term.
Brooke has been nominated as Charity of the Year (with an income over £10 million) at this year’s Charity Times Awards, taking place in London on 2 October.
Emma Massingale raised over £2000 for Brooke by completing a 1000km cycle around Europe whilst pulling two miniature Shetland ponies and a dog in a custom-made cart.