Photographs taken by Richard Dunwoody showing the work done by The Brooke charity are being shown in London.
Photographs taken by former champion jockey Richard Dunwoody, which show the work of equine charity The Brooke, have gone on display.
Richard travelled across Guatemala, Egypt, India and Pakistan to capture the work of the charity that aims to help improve the lives of working equines.
"It proved to be a four-week journey of highs and lows and will be something I will never forget," said Richard. "I was astounded by the levels of engagement and trust between the Brooke vets and [equine] owners. The interaction the Brooke have with the community seemed to me to be every bit as important as any treatment they give."
The resulting photographs have gone on show as part of the celebrations for the Brooke's 80th anniversary.
The exhibition is being held at The Gallery in the Crypt, St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London, and runs until 2 February. Entrance is free.
For more information about the exhibition, visit: http://www.thebrooke.org/ or tel: (0203) 012 3456.
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