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Due to a family bereavement can all enquiries for our Annual Show please be directed to
Mark Fitton on 0161 790 2831 or 07831 445944
Schedule for our Annual Show on 7th April can be downloaded under “Shows”
The first SHB(GB) conformation clinic of the year will take place on Saturday 24th March 2018 at Chorley Equestrian Centre, Chapel Lane, Heapey, Chorley, Lancashire. PR6 8TB
Come and polish up on your knowledge alongside experienced judges at our one-to-one clinic.
11am start. Tea and coffee will be available throughout the day.
£25.00 to members of SHB(GB), BSHA and TSR. £30.00 for non-members.
To book your place please call Mark Fitton of 0161 790 2831 or 07831 445944.
Training Clinic – Crow Wood Equestrian Centre
Sunday 18th February 2018
There was a missed opportunity for those that were not able to attend our clinic on Sunday. It is not often that trainers of the calibre of Katie Jerram-Hunnable, Chris Hunnable and Andrew Collins are available together in the North West.
Katie and Chris did the flat work, tack and presentation in the indoor school, whilst Andrew was busy outside on the jumping section. From the gallery it was obvious the improvement of horses, ponies and riders during each phase. Many combinations went home with food for thought and enthusiasm for the coming show season.
The event was well organised by Rosemarie Rainford and it was good to see several spectators that just came to watch and learn. We have received some seriously good feedback and we look to consider doing something similar again.
In the afternoon there was an optional competition to allow the morning training to be put into practice. The results of which are as follows:
Horses: 1st Carla Wraith, 2nd Heather Hardy
Ponies: 1st Ellie Eastwood, 2nd Lauren Haufe, 3rd Sydney Graham
Sport Horse Breeding in the North West is based in the North West of England.
Our parent organisation is Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain (SHB(GB)), a professional Society run by a Council elected annually by its members, who are able to put forward their ideas about what they want from the Society.
As a Member of the World Breeding Federation for Sport Horses the society is committed to supporting the industry by way of incentives for breeders, education, information and grading schemes. It is a registered charity and the money raised is put back into helping to achieve these aim