Lövsta-owned stallion El Barone 111 and Malin Baryard Johnsson are a relatively new together on the competition track, but have already had great success. Lövsta Stuteri and Malin Baryard Johnsson are now launching the project ReGive, which means that ten percent of the crew’s prize money will go to improving the lives of working horse animals in vulnerable environments.
“Over many years, I have felt a growing wonder and respect for the deep understanding between horse and human that is the basis for a collaboration beyond the ordinary. It has characterized my work at Lövsta Stuteri but also my involvement in projects in different parts of the world.
One such is Brooke, which supports and increases people’s knowledge of the needs of working horses, mules and donkeys and thus gives them a better life.
Through ReGive, a fantastic rider and a fantastic horse will contribute to Brooke’s work to provide better protection for vulnerable animals and people”, says Antonia Ax: son Johnson, owner of Lövsta Stuteri in Sweden.
The money goes this year to Brookes, who works to give working horses, mules and donkeys in vulnerable parts of the world a better life. The organization helps 1.5 million equine animals in Africa, Asia, Latin America and the Middle East every year.
“Our horses do everything for us, but not everyone has the conditions to do the same for their horse. Through ReGive, we can help improve the lives of brave, strong horses and their owners in vulnerable parts of the world. It makes me proud, and me and El Barone 111 will give everything to jump in as much money as we can”, says Malin Baryard Johnsson in a press release.
Malin Baryard Johnsson and El Barone 111 will next compete in Rome.
We hope that this initiative inspires more people in the top tier to contribute to the welfare of our equines around the world.
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Source: Tidningen Ridsport Brooke