Time is running out for those wanting to place a bid in the BEVA Trust Silent Auction, which is due to close on Friday (26 February) at 4.30pm.

The auction is being held to support the domestic and international work of the BEVA Trust, the charitable arm of the British Equine Veterinary Association.

An array of “money can’t buy” opportunities and unique prizes are up for grabs.

They include a long weekend in a beautiful apartment in Budapest, an invitation to tea with critically acclaimed fiction writer Alexander McCall Smith and a tour of the horseracing arm of Coolmore, the legendary Ballydoyle stud.

The BEVA Trust works alongside established charities to provide ongoing equine veterinary care in developing countries.

Current projects include sending vets to the Animal Care Egypt Centre in Luxor, to help treat the animals and to hold free, educational, veterinary courses for locals.

Click here to view the lots available in the silent auction, and to place a bid.