Rare Breed Driving Equine Awards

Rare Breed Driving Equine

Many of our best loved horses and ponies are on the Rare Breed Survival Trust’s endangered list, amongst those under threat include the Eriskay, Shire Clydesdale and Hackney.

This award aims to highlight the importance of our rare horse and pony breeds in driving disciplines and at the same time to celebrate their heritage and raise awareness of their plight, while preserving their future through our carriage driving sport.

This award is open to any individual horse or pony on the current Rare Breed Survival Trust Endangered Species list.

If you would like to submit your entry via email please email the name of your horse or pony, what category you’re entering, and your contact details to sophie.spencer@markallengroup.com Please include in this email a word document with your 500-word statement about why your horse or pony should win, and any supporting material. Please also include in the subject line “Carriage Driving Awards Submission”.

Alternatively, you can enter online at www.carriagedrivingawards.co.uk

All entries must be in by midnight on Wednesday 4th April 2018

Judges Seminar – Somerset

JUDGES SEMINAR TIMETABLE can be found Here

to be held at World Horse Welfare Glenda Spooner Farm, Kingsdon, Somerton, Somerset TA11 7LA
on Saturday 31st March 2018 – 10.30am to 4pm

 

The Dales Pony Society, The Dartmoor Pony Society, The Exmoor Pony Society, The Fell Pony Society and The New
Forest Pony Breeding and Cattle Society have joined together to organise a judges seminar to refresh judges and other
interested parties on breed type, characteristics and way of going in a ridden class.

 

If you require any further information please contact:
Michael Goddard: Tel 07964 209243 Email: g.michaelrichard@yahoo.com
Or
Jacky Newbury: Tel 07796 131280 Email: Jacky@newoakstud.co.uk