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Back by popular demand – Early booking is advised!

Training and Competition Day
18th February 2018


Come and learn all aspects of Working Hunter classes

Flat work and turnout will be taken by Katie Jerram-Hunnable & Chris Hunnable

Katie is one of the leading producers of all types of show horses and an International Judge.  Chris started his riding career in the show ring before swapping  to eventing, competing in the Olympics.  Now a respected Judge.

Jumping will be taken by Andrew Collins

Andrew is a top producer of all types of show horses and ponies and a Judge in great demand, including being the ride judge for the Working Hunter class at HOYS in 2017


Crow Wood Equestrian Centre

Burnley BB12 0RT

The training sessions will be in small groups, will last approx. 45 minutes for each one and will be on all weather surfaces.
The competition is optional in the afternoon and will not start before 2pm

Cost £50 for the training morning, inclusive of the competition
Or £15 for entry into the competition only

Class 1 – maximum height of fence 85cms.
Class 2  – maximum height of fence 1 metre
Each class will then be split:
Section 1- 14.2hh or under (will not be ridden by the judge)
Section 2- Over 14.2hh
Light lunch will be provided and is included in the cost.

This is open to ALL – Shetland to Shire!  Your needs will be catered for.

All entries or enquires to:
Rosemarie Rainford,
Berry’s Tenement Farm,
Weasel Lane,
Darwen.  BB3 0NJ
Tel: 07929 645204

Entry form at the top of this page



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