Ambassador Christina Johnston

Spotlight on acclaimed soprano Christina Johnston who is not only our very special Ambassador and friend, but who we entrust to sing our anthems ‘To Glory‘ and ‘A Million Tears‘ (beautifully written by Warwick, Young and Maclean), which we are hoping will be released on record next year. Christina has a life-long love of horses […]

Julie’s lockdown poppies

Julie Hillier got in touch to say our National Animal Day, to remember the service and sacrifice of animals in war and support animals in need, had inspired her to paint these beautiful purple poppies for us. She explains: “I’m not very exciting! I am a total novice and amateur! I live in Hampshire. I’ve […]

Australia celebrates with us

Our Australian Ambassador Nigel Allsopp has placed a purple poppy wreath at the Army Veterinary Corps War Animal Memorial in Queensland to commemorate our first National Animal Day. Nigel, who was ANZAC of the year 2017-18 and Australia Day Citizen of the Year 2019 is also President of AWAMO, the Australian War Animal Memorial Organisation, […]

Canterbury Horse

We feel so honoured and blessed that The Dean of Canterbury Cathedral, The Very Revd Dr Robert Willis conducted a service of commemoration in the shadows of our giant Canterbury Horse to remember animals in war and animals in need. It was ahead of today’s first National Animal Day and was organised by our wonderful […]

Boris to launch National Animal Day

We are delighted to report that Boris the Brave has agreed to become poster boy for the first National Animal Day this Sunday (August 23, 2020)… With his mane of blond hair, his intent gaze, inquiring mind, Romanesque nose and his ability to stay calm in the face of persistent danger, we decided him the […]

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