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.
In a recent article for Business Insider and the Telegraph, deputy director general of the World Organisation for Animal Health (OIE), Dr Brian Evans, said that to ensure food security we must prevent and control diseases that have their source in animals used for food.
Olympic gold medallist Jane Holderness-Roddam CBE completed her first one-day event for 13 years on veteran horse Tiger’s Eye II to raise money for equine charities Brooke and World Horse Welfare. The event took place on 18 August 2015 at West Wilts Equestrian Centre.
Two vets from Barnstaple complete the 194-mile Wainwright Coast to Coast challenge for Brooke.
After getting down on one knee and proposing to his girlfriend, a British man had to explain to his new fiancée why she would not be receiving a diamond ring.
Internationally renowned ‘horse whisperer’ and trainer of Her Majesty The Queen's horses, Monty Roberts has become Global Ambassador for the Brooke.
Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall officially launched Brooke USA at a reception for Brooke donors and guests at Churchill Downs on 20 March.
Double Olympic Gold Medallist Charlotte Dujardin today announced her first official charity partnership: becoming Global Ambassador for Brooke.
Brooke has worked with the government to change by-laws in Halaba, Ethiopia, which will allow its teams to euthanise abandoned working equines when extreme injuries or disease mean they are beyond medical help. The decision will result in many working horses, donkeys and mules being relieved from prolonged suffering.