The 2023 edition of the London International Horse Show began on Dec. 13th, and besides the traditional world-class dressage, jumping and driving action the holiday-themed show presents annually, this year there was a special visitor on opening day.



The remarkable British mom Emma Webb finished her phenomenal 253.95 kms (157.85 mile) “Leg On 2 London #DoItForBrodie” walk while towing ‘Miles’, a life-size resin horse, from the David Broome Event Centre to the London International Horse Show, raising money for Papyrus (Prevention of Youth Suicide) and Riders’ Minds.

Between November 25th and December 13th, Webb walked to pay tribute to her daughter Brodie, who sadly died of suicide in March 2020 – days before the Covid lockdown – following a riding lesson. During her trip Emma was cheered on by supporters and even had a very special visitor, Prince William.

If you wish to support Emma’s cause, you can donate via

Lots more videos of the journey are available on Emma’s X (Twitter) account here.