Winter Ball & Presentation Dinner


SHB(GB) In The North West Breeders Prize

This award goes to the breeder of the outstanding horse of 2017 which has been bred in The North West area. A horse will be eligible for consideration providing it fulfils one of the following criteria:

The horse must be by an SHB(GB) graded or HIS approved stallion (depending on age) OR Out of a mare registered with SHB(GB). This award is open to horses who have excelled in any sphere throughout its life. A horse could be eligible for consideration for the award through its progeny, i.e. brood mare or stallion. This horse must have been bred in the North West area. The horse or owner does not at the time of nomination have to reside in the North West area.

The Committee will decide on the winner from your nomination. To nominate your horse for this award please forward all its achievements and breeding to: Kath Smith, Home Farm Grape Lane, Croston, Leyland PR26 9HB before 3rd November, or e-mail to kathjrsmith@btinternet.com.

Annual General Meeting

Come and join us at our annual AGM meeting on Monday 6th November at The Sirloin Inn, Station Rd, Houghton, Preston PR5 0DD. Everyone is welcome to this informal meeting.
Please could you inform either Kath Smith 01772 600763 or Mark Fitton 0161 7902831 if you are joining us this is for catering arrangements. We would really like our members to bring new ideas to the meeting of any events you think may be of interest to our membership. Anyone who is interested in joining our committee please contact Mark .

About Us

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 aims.