My Horse Box, the luxury equestrian subscription box brand, partner with Brooke Action for Working Horses and Donkeys, the worldwide equine charity that protects and improves the lives of working equines and the people who depend on them, in fundraising effort.
My Horse Box was set up in December 2016 by Annabelle Brittle and Jonathan Slater, two young entrepreneurs, who had the desire to reflect their love of the equestrian industry and highlight the best products on the market.
“We’ve always wanted to work with The Brooke, and feel now is a great time for us,” Jonathan Slater, co-founder of My Horse Box explains.
Since their launch, they’ve already worked at some of the world’s largest equestrian shows, and collaborated with riders such as Anna Power, Boyd Exell, and Yazmin Pinchen. The team behind the luxury equestrian subscription box are now delighted to be working alongside Brooke.
“We’re thrilled to be chosen by Jonathan and Annabelle as charity partner for My Horse Box. There are over 100 million working horses, donkeys and mules in the world supporting the lives of 600 million people, helping them to earn a living and provide for their families. Brooke is a global animal welfare charity working with owners, communities, governments and international organisations to make lasting improvements to these animals’ lives. Subscribers to My Horse Box own their own horses and ponies, and are true animal lovers. I think there’s an interesting contrast to showcase and it’s the perfect opportunity for Brooke to raise awareness of How The Other Horse Lives.” Said Caroline Robertson, Brooke Senior Regional Fundraising Officer.
Subscriptions start from just £32.50, and a generous 50% from August box profits (on sale from 1st July - 30th July 2017) are being donated to the Brooke, so be sure to order yours at www.myhorsebox.com before they sell out!
How The Other Horse Lives is Brooke’s current campaign to highlight the stark differences between the daily lives of horses in the U.K. and those overseas.To learn more visit thebrooke.org/theotherhorse.