Injured Jockeys Fund (Chairman)

Brough is Chairman OF the Fund and has been a trustee for more than 30 years. He has been central to developments such as Oaksey House in Lambourn and Jack Berry House at Malton in Yorkshire.

Newmarket Horse Racing Museum (Trustee)

As a Trustee of the Newmarket Horse Racing Museum, Brough is currently a driving force behind the National Heritage Centre for Horseracing and Sporting Art, opening at Palace House in 2016 - this is where Charles II rode in the races in the afternoon and 'entertained' his mistress, Nell Gwyn at night! (Trustee)

Racehorse Rehabilitation Centre. (Chairman of Judges)

The Martin Wills Memorial Trust is a registered charity that commemorates Martin Wills, an amateur jockey and journalist, who died in April 1992, aged 39.  It is annual writing awards for creating writing on a horseracing Theme for young people under the age of 26


The charity helping those wounded in current conflicts. Brough fronted up the Horses4Heroes project in July 2010

DAFA (Direct Aid for Africa)

In 2006, Brough visited DAFA, the foundation set up by Barney Curley to help Children in Zambia, and continues to support this

Concussion in Sport

Brough is a Director of the Concussion in Sport project, launched in 2016 which is an independent, international research project set up to establish if there are any long term effects of concussion after you have retired from sport.