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Nic Roldan Meet and Greet to Benefit Brooke USA Sunday, March 12th at IPC

Nic Roldan Meet and Greet to Benefit Brooke USA Sunday, March 12th at IPC
Wellington, Fla. – March, 4 2017 – Spectators at theInternational Polo Club will have a special opportunity on Sunday, March 12, 2017.  Professional polo player and Brooke USA Ambassador Nic Roldan will be hosting ameet and greet in the Coco Polo Lounge at the International Polo Club from 1:30 - 2:30pm to benefit Brooke USA. 
For more than 80 years, Brooke has been providing sustainable solutionsto enormous equine welfare challenges across Africa, Asia, Latin America, andthe Middle East. Last year alone, Brooke's work reached 2 million equines,benefiting 12 million people in communities where many people earn less than adollar a day. This meet and greet with Nic Roldan and other Sunset Polo Players will continue to support the efforts of Brooke USA, as will Nic Roldan's Sunset Polo & White Party, hosted by Katherine and Mark Bellissimo, held at The Wanderers Club on Friday, March 24, 2017
The meet and greet will include many exciting opportunities for individualsof all ages. Sunset Polo team players will be on hand to meet with fans, signautographs, and take pictures.Other special appearances will include miniature horses to greetspectators and collect donations for Brooke USA. Brooke USA will also present aphoto exhibit showcasing Roldan’s trip to Guatemala with Brooke USA to see the work that Brooke does firsthand photographed by, EnriqueUraneta-Alamo. These powerful photographs highlight the important work thatBrooke does on the ground in support of working equines.
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All photos by Alex Pacheco
About Brooke USABrooke USA is a 501(c)(3) charity located at the Kentucky Horse Park in Lexington, which exists solely to support the overseas work of Brooke, the world's largest international equine welfare charity.  For more than 80 years, Brooke has been alleviating the suffering of horses, donkeys and mules who work in some of the poorest communities on earth. Brooke's scientifically proven, practical and sustainable solutions to enormous welfare challenges improve the lives of equine animals and the people who depend on them across Africa, Asia, the Middle East and Central America.  This year alone, Brooke reached 2 million equines, benefiting 12 million people in the developing world. To learn more, visit