World Horse Welfare Conference

October 2018

World Horse Welfare Conference 2018

HRH The Princess Royal addresses the 2018 World Horse Welfare Conference.

The conference was sponsored by the Trust.

Lambourn RDA

September 2018

Lambourn RDA

RDA Lambourn ‘Supporters Teaparty’ September 2018.

Demonstration by riders and pictured here riding a pony bought by the Trust.

Dodola Town Equine Welfare Service and Training Centre

August 2018

Dodola Town Equine Welfare Service and Training Centre

This market shelter and training centre for working equines in Ethiopia has been constructed by Brooke, and funded by The Sir Peter O’Sullevan Charitable Trust.

Moorcroft Racehorse Welfare Centre

January 2018

The Moorcroft Racehorse Welfare Centre

The Trust were pleased to fund a new horse box for The Moorcroft Racehorse Welfare Centre.


July 2018

Safe Haven for Donkeys

With funds from the Trust the charity Safe Haven for Donkeys acquired this vehicle for their vital work in the Holy Land.


June 2018


The Trust funded The Peter O’Sullevan Gallery for HEROS one of the leading organisations for a continuing good life for horses.

RDA Duchy

6th June 2018

RDA Duchy

Juliette Snelgrove, left, Chair of RDA Duchy in Cornwall is joined by Mary Frampton-Price who runs the facility and The Trust’s Nigel Payne, to welcome their latest acquisition, Lady Bird, to their headquarters near Stoke Climsland. The Trust’s donation enabled Lady Bird to be purchased. She has settled in beautifully and does her job perfectly.

Maisemore RDA

April 2018

Maisemore RDA

Brian was purchased with the kind donation from The Peter O’Sullevan Charitable Trust.

Above: Logan having his first ride on Brian.

Trust supports The Worldwide Veterinary service

October 2017

WVS India

Last year the Trust funded the purchase of a truck to aid the work of The Worldwide Veterinary service and their equine welfare work in India.

Above: the truck has an interested visitor who seems to be having a word with Peter!


Bruton, April 2017

Jilly Cooper Racehorse Sanctuary cutting ribbon

The Racehorse Sanctuary near Bruton, opened its new High Dependency Unit at the end of April.

Jilly Cooper, a great friend of Peter’s cut the ribbon accompanied by Trust administrator Nigel Payne.

Colin Passmore, a Trustee of the Sanctuary said “This is a dream come true for so many people and we have only been able to do this with the terrific support from the Peter O’Sullevan Trust, who have been fantastic to us”.

As Jilly said when cutting the ribbon “Peter would be so delighted to see his money being used this way!”

Photographs by Jane Norman, Blackmore Vale Magazine.