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29 August 2016 – Royal Welsh Showground, Builth
Hi all, in response to a couple of enquiries re
catering we can confirm that the Carvery will be
available in Neuadd Henllan on the Saturday evening
28th between 5pm & 8pm.
Additionally, someone has today contacted the
Society office and informed them that there is an
outbreak of strangles in the vicinty of the show
ground. We would like to confirm that the Show
Secretary has today contacted the local vet in
Builth Wells and they have no record of nor are they
aware of any cases of strangles in the area. Lets
hope for good weather and an enjoyable weekend!!
Look forward to seeing you!
dear, what a thoroughly vindictive nasty piece of
work, I caught wind of this malicious rumour a week
ago and got it scotched from facebook in short
order. looking forward to seeing everyone at Builth.
Merioneth County Show
24th Judge -Mrs G.Cowell
Ember's Black Knight Nina Anderson Smith.
Reserve Champion- Lathom
Jocelyn Frances Morkill. pic left
Ember's Black Knight Nina Anderson Smith
Champion -Enigma Sirocco - Christine Gray pic right
Enigma Xquisite- Elaine Fitzhugh
month I am so very proud of my home bred mare Pansi's
Bounty we have had an unbelievable August after a very
sad July when I lost her mother Edern Pansi to Lymphoma,
a very special Pony to me, successfully shown and a
Bounty is so similar to Pansi in her ways and this month
has meant so much to me. T.W.
Royal London, Champion of Britain Miniature , Judge Mr F
Royal London, Champion of Britain Shetland, Judge Mrs
Chagford Show, Champion Miniature , Judge Mrs C Seipp
Wessex Shetland pony group , Supreme Champion, Judge Mrs
J Elliot, Mrs F Hammond.
Very well done. Ed.
||More Shetland success at
Keeping it in the family,
mother and daughter combo, Sian Greene's Buxted
Discovery Shetland champion and Belinda Jacques' Ceann
Charm reserve champion
John wanted me to pass onto you this fantastic picture
of new talent coming into the Shetland pony group in
Mathew and Craig bought Milday Ferragamo and Milday
Morse last year
He feels it's really important to get young enthusiastic
handlers into the world of Shetland ponies
There 2nd outing and Mathew with his yearling Colt
Milday Ferragamo 1 st and Reserve Champion and Craig
with his yearling Colt Milday Morse placed 3 rd
Regards John Lawrie & June
Got to admit, when I read the above, before seeing the
picture, I was expecting two 10 year old boys! Without
implying anything, this is the gayest thing I've been
sent! I laughed so much at John's cheeky 'plug' for his
stud, I had to publish. CERTAINLY ARE 'TALENT' GH
|So delighted with the
subscription renewals. In a
time when people are retiring, cutting down on breeding,
we have realised a 98% renewal rate. Only crossing the
rainbow bridge has stopped one subscriber. The
appreciative messages gladden my heart, again in times
where so much is taken for granted, your loyalty and
generosity of compliments will assure my continuance of
the site, promoting all, whenever I can . JUST REMEMBER,
I CAN ONLY PUBLISH things I am aware of, so don't
be shy, it hasn't got to be show winners, although they
are important, anything worthy of the breed. Send it,
and I'll publish if I can, or tell you why not. kind
||Dougie Robertson and
his smart tri colour pony,
Terregles Denzel, competing at his first Driving show
2nd 3rd and a 4th
Bell's, Wikners Gryffindor
Clogher Valley Show.
Judge Mr N Vale. 1st Shetland
Stallion, Shetland Champion & Overall Reserve Supreme
* Supreme judges, Mr
J Grace, Mrs S Jacob, Mrs S Palmer & Mr N Vale
Show. Judge Mrs P Hoey. 1st
M&M Small Breeds, In Hand Pony Champion & Overall
Reserve Supreme Champion
* Supreme judges,
Mrs D Colebroke & Mrs P Hoey
Shetland Pony Group held its
Summer show on Sunday 21st August at Kingfisher
Equestrian Centre, the weather was sympathetic to us and
brought the sunshine out which was great as the previous
evening we experienced some storms.It was pleasing to
have a large standard mare class and also five with
their foals, especially pleasing as foals have been
diminishing from the ring over the last few years. The
young handlers were excellent again, it is nice to see
the ponies future being carried forward with such
enthusiasm, joy and fun. I wish to add that due to
unforeseen circumstances we were short of a steward, we
would like to thank various people, they know who they
are, who agreed to assist if we needed them, but our
hero of the day was a young lad called Toby. Toby is
just 12 years old, it was his first experince of
stewarding and he was absolutely excellent. After some
quick instruction he was acting like a 'pro' and indeed
much better than some we have come across. He was clear
about his role, he kept clear of the judges area of
vision so that she could see the ponies, gave clear
direction to the exhibitors and gained praise from
ourselves and competitors for the way in which he
conducted himself, we are very pleased that we were able
to give him the opportunity. He was especially lovely
towards the younger children as well. So our message is
simply a message to Toby - thank you very much it was
it was so good
to see a young lad who wants to do something other
than computer games and so willing. He is just so
enthusiastic and wants to do more, hope other people
will ask him.CH
The main show
Junior Champion: Sharptor Knighthood, Miss C Evans
Standard Junior Champion: Champlers Rose Blossom - Miss
Junior Champion: Witcombe Humphrey, Mrs T Waterhouse
Miniature Junior Champion: Wotknotts Jilly, Mr & Mrs C
Senior Champion: Buxted Enchanting, Mr & Mrs R Jones
Standard Senior Champion: Stepley Teegan, Mrs Stuchfield
Senior Champion: Pansi's Bounty, Mrs T Waterhouse
Miniature Senior Champion: Eiger Jupiter, Mrs D Gerring
Overall Standard Ring Champion: Buxted Enchanting
Overall Standard Ring Champion: Sharptor Knighthood
Miniature Ring Champion: Pansi's Bounty
Overall Miniature Ring Champion: Eiger Jupiter
Champion: Stepley Teegan with Lucy Stuchfield
Ridden Champion: Kilshane Almond with Molly Marston
Champion: Pansi's Bounty
Supreme Champion: Buxted Enchanting
left to right - Mrs T Waterhouse' s
Supreme Champion: Pansi's Bounty
Buxted Enchanting. Jones/Hopkins. 1st mare class, Sen.
Champion, Standard Ring Champion and Res Overall Supreme
(the late Judy Hawkins' filly) got a 1st and 3rd
||You are as young as you
feel, and look! Here's
Cranford Hector, former stallion now 17, looking like a
6 year old and embarking on his first ridden career with
his owner Florence Taylor, the duo having enjoyed
success in lead rein classes.
Pictured here at Equifest after their maiden voyage
first ridden and getting a 3rd place. I think Florence
is happy. Pic rght with David Buck Esq
Show 20th August 2016
Champion = Earlswood Ella Mrs E Gray
Res Champion = Serenteifi Rhodri Emlyn Miss F Morkill. (pic)
Standard Junior Champion ~ 1st 2&3 year old class Ember's Black knight
Nina A Smith.
Champion = Gott Mabs Jane & Glenn Smith
Reserve Champion = Seva Renie Mr W Handley
Junior Champion = Robin’s Brae Tilly Jane & Glenn Smith
Reserve Junior Champion = Hasguard Pom Pom Mrs Salter
Gelding = Squirrel Nutkin of Catchpuddle T.A Jones
||And a response from Jack's mother.
The Fanny years.
This is one pony!!
Jack and I adore this pony. We have enjoyed her spirit,
intelligence and ability to turn her hand to anything.
Gerry Hart and Kevin for some great years
with this pony.
Why do children have to grow?
'Charlie', is Magreed Charlie boy,
bred by Pam Richardson, bought by me, GH as 2 year old
colt when she retired. Sold to Alice Browning as a 3 yea
Well the wonder pony did it again! Took charlie to the
oaks driving club show on Sunday and we had a very
successful day... 2nd pleasure driving class, 1st
exercise vehicle under 13hh, 5th mountain and moorland
and also took best shetland! As always he was impeccably
behaved and performed as if he was 18hh and Hackney bred
haha! I really do believe he loves a "party" as at a
show in the group trot rounds he really finds another
gear and trots out. Lots of lovely comments really made
the day too as it's not always about rosettes and silver
wear, I've been having professional lessons for the last
4 months with Gary Docking and he has really helped with
my driving, charlie has always been a fab driving pony
however with me being self taught and breaking him
myself we just needed that extra boost. Gary has been
great and charlie as always has stepped up to the mark.
Lots of future dates on the cards for charlie and with
the help of julie Carter I now have use of a Bennington
mini to complete the new look, not forgetting my new/old
outfit raided from my nana’s wardrobe hehe jaeger jacket
and a gold Laura Ashley blouse twit twoo!! A.B.
The National PC finals held in Sheffield today Friday
19th August. This will be Jack's swansong on
Fandabbydosey, and I couldn't be more proud of both pony
and rider. To see the understanding they have of each
other is a joy to behold. Everywhere they have been,
people have marveled at their exploits. They have been a
credit to the Shetland pony. We've had a great few years
and such fun, never be bettered. Thank you Sally Ann for
your input, and as you say............. it ain't over
owned by Cliff and Jacqueline Percy had a very good day!
Nuggett was Miniature Shetland Champion & Reserve
Supreme. Snelsmore Lalique was Reserve Miniature
Champion and Snelsmore Spectre was Reserve Junior
|Becky Westall & James
Bedford's Halfway stud in
Newbury, could slip under the radar. They don't show a
lot, but have ponies of the calibre here pictured, the
17 year old mare
Maggie May at 17 years old.
Becky says 'picture
was her winning a championship at Weyhill miniature show
in June, but so proud of her never stepped foot into a
show ring until we brought her at the age of 16 I
believe and ever since then hasn't stopped putting her
best hoof forward winning the mare class at Newbury last
year bless her she's a real little gem.'
Walters and Sharptor Trinity qualify for the cuddy at
Surely this was only a matter of time. GREAT for Julian
and David, and really fantastic for the breed. Well
Gott Mabs 1st, Miniature Reserve Champion and Reserve
Georgia 2nd and Reserve Standard Champion, Judge Miss J.
Paterson. Glenn and Jane Smith respectively.
and Julian Walter's Sharptor Trinity takes the Shetland
Championship. Really, wowsers, beautiful.
It was a lovely hot sunny
day down in Cornwall on Sunday for the Tregony
Show. Shetland Judge was Mrs D Tindale.
Zennor Roxy shown
by Mark Cosgrove won the Standard 2 and 3 year old
class , Junior Championship , Standard championship and
Overall Championship .
Honiton Results. here
The Downs Group Show.
Lovely day out, with a good
entry for judges, Sue Pye and Ian Spence, standards and
The 'fun ring was a huge
success, show organisers Jill and Roger Jones, will be
pleased as they have tried to encourage children and
introduce a fun element. Julie Exall did a great job
judging that ring. Jill will alter schedule timings to
Pauline Hopkins and Nick Williams travelled from the I.
O. Wight to steward. Terrific stewards and great
Pic Shawdene Claret, Mrs
G Mather, show supreme champion, and Cr. Fiddledydee and
Jack Dale, Supreme Res.
Supreme Ch and Miniature Ch Shawdene Claret , Mrs Mather
Res Supreme and Ridden Ch Cranford Fiddledydee,
Res Ridden Ch Riccalton Jack Frost , B Joyce
Standard Ch Buxted Discovery, S Greene/ B Jaques
Res Ch Buxted Ellen , D Elphick/ G Robbins
Standard Junior Ch Kingsacre Enya , Elphick/Robbins
Res St Ch Buxted Minstrel, Elphick/ Robbins
Res Miniature Ch Snelsmore Mystique C & J Percy
Jun Miniature Ch Snelsmore Sienna. C & J Percy
Res Jun Ch Balmedie Farthing , C & J WADY
Champion Foal Kingsacre Enya , Elphick/ Robins
Champion Gelding Buxted Trooper Elphick/Robins
FUN RING Champion Shawdene Duchess, Zen
Fun Ring Res Ch Cranford Fandabbydosy, Lucie Rose
(courtesy of Emmpix
3yr BREWARDS PLANET.(
He was champion
young stock, champion M&M and Supreme In hand of the
Show at Leek and District Show
To quote one of the
supreme judge’s “he never put a foot wrong all day”
Needless to say,
Lionel & Janet Gregory of Brewards Shetland stud
3yr old Lornath
pictured with Judge Mr. L Gregory
champion and reserve
the Seva Renie on the left and Timberland Flower
Blackberry Girl with foal on the right
Burwarton Agricultural show truly
celebrated it's 125 birthday in style this year with a
foot fall of around 20,000, strong entries in the horse
classes, not least the Shetlands and fabulous weather.
went to Lyncraft Stud's miniature Seva Renie with
Charlotte Salters' mare with foal at foot,
Timberland Flower Blackberry Girl taking Reserve.
was Lucy Pope's 3yr old Lornath Jigsaw.
Both Renie and
Jigsaw went forward to represent the breed
beautifully in the Native Pony Bridles Supreme M&M
Judge, G.Cowell. Far left, 1st+jun
ch. 2-3 years, Cranford Frizzle. Owned by Ali Lynch
(Corley Oak Stud) and Left, Lathom Jesmay, 2nd + Res ch.
Agricultural Show on
Thurday 4th August, another hot showing day and very
successful day for Frank & Carol Hodder's Eiger
Neptune taking the Overall Miniature Championship
and then the Supreme Shetland Championship with
Reserve to him being Sharptor Chieftain.
The other main
results (that I am aware of)
Standard Yearling class 1st Westbridgepark
Bombay Sapphire. S Chapple
2 & 3 year old - 1st
Sharptor Silver Skylight, Miss K Hodge
Mare class 1st and Reserve Standard champion
Westbridgepark Apple crumble. S.Chapple
Stallion - 1st Oakgrove
Bazbee, Mr B J Gamblin
Junior Champion &
Overall Standard Champion - Sharptor Silver
Miniature ponies -
Yearling - 1st Wotknotts
Jilly, Mr & Mrs C Ridgers
2nd Eiger Rolex, Mr & Mrs F Hodder
3rd Tawna Blue Moon - Mrs J Gillingham
2 & 3 year old - 1st
Wotlnotts Midge, Mr & Mrs C Ridgers
2nd Witcombe Humphrey, Mrs T Waterhouse
3rd Mignon Whispa - Mrs J Gillingham
Mare - 1st Pansi's
Bounty, Mrs T Waterhouse
2nd Eiger Oriana, Mrs V Lang
Stallion - 1st Eiger
Neptune, Mr & Mrs F Hodder
2nd Sharptor Chieftan, Miss K Hodge
Junior Champion -
Reserve Junior -
Miniature Overall & Supreme Champion - Eiger Neptune
Reserve - Sharptor
Sharptor ambition winning the Picton final . Only his
4th show . Also 5th in the hoys shetland class. Not bad
for a baby .
Certainly had the best
start in life, bred by Julian Walters, raised by Debbie
Barr, licenced by Gerry Hart and used for Cranford foals
2015/6. Now Owned by Linzi Cave and Julie Barton, who
has broken and schooled him..
owned by Anna Stevens/Lara Joslin/Catchpool Shetlands,
ridden by Gemma Pallet ~ reserve overall junior
champion coloured at Hickstead Royal International!
||With renewal notices
sent to subscribers to this site,
here is a typical e mail reply, that gladdens my heart
and keeps me 'keeping on'
Sent you a BACS payment £50 this morning for the web
As always thank you
for all your support & hard work in continuing to host
Shetland-pony.com, it is an excellent platform for
Breeders, Shetland enthusiasts, general public & the
Society (SPSBS) M.B.
Shetland pony stud book society driven awards. Summer 3
Thankfully the weather was kind to us after a very wet
start to our season.
Training with Stuart Roberts renowned international
Abbeyfield stud visit, seeing some of the older ponies
in retirement which hold many fond memories for Peter
and Doreen Tindale and some up and coming young stock.
Abbeyfield Dean 25yrs, Lockinge Patricia 29yrs, Stowell
Park Bess 32yrs.
We looked at conformation, movement, and very important
temperament when choosing a suitable driving pony.
One older gent owned and driven by event organiser
Willowe Keeley, Clothie Tumbel age 26 yrs young,
pictured is still working in harness at shows / events.
Many tips, experience's, and stories were
exchanged over dinner and picnics.
At the end of the weekend Willowe held an informal
meeting to discuss future event for 2016 / 2017.
Willowe Keeley and Sue Prior with Clothe Tumbel
Tolby returns to a nice cool bucket of water
Pedro enjoying his work, happy pony.
Getting her carriage ready for inspection
New Forest show.
Champion standard - Champlers Verity.
Mesd. Pickett & Sargeant
Called into the final six of the M&M
Reserve champion, Gemma Reece's owner bred and exh.
Junior Champion - Champlers Roseblossom
owned by Lynda Rowland
More from the New Forest show.
Our ponies did us proud three first, a second,
Reserve Junior Champion with Snelsmore
Spectre and Champion with
Nice to see some other Snelsmore ponies
in the ribbons, well done
everybody lovely day. JP
Judge. Caz Cozen-Cooke minis,
Today, Wednesday, I will be emailing the annual reminder
for subscription renewal for your link to
www.shetland-pony.com unless you are domiciled in
the islands, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland. I
sent yours yesterday, Tuesday. In the fast changing
world of digital media I am happy that Shetland-pony.com
continues to deliver what it was set up for. Support the
Breed Society membership, promoting the breed without
favour, anyone who is showing the breed in the best
light, providing visual access to quality pones that
continue to improve for the information to the equine
public and the reputation of the owners and breeders.
News as sent by yourselves and reports by me in which I
try to give everyone ‘a go’ in an evenhanded
manner as possible. Oh yes, and it keeps me busy!
Naturally, as people
retire, numbers might be expected to fall, but today, I
have two studs applying to re-join having opted out last
year, and another 3 weeks ago. It isn’t ‘free’ but it’s
nothing against what it offers, and the price has been
the same since 1999! So I thank you for your continued
support, and if you feel there is something that could
be better, feel free to contact me. GH.
forms for passports. It seems my article
regarding forms for registering foals gave the
impression that I blame Society admin. for my inability
to grasp the forewarnings of the new arrangements. I now
understand that it was in the magazine 2015, which is
why I had an idea something was changing, and
President's report 2016' which I had not seen. Mea
culpa. IN FACT though, it had arrived, I was not aware
of its arrival, and therefore had not read it, having
now done so, it was perfectly clearly explained. MEMO to
me..READ THE MAGAZINE, IT HAS REPLACED THE NEWSLETTER I
would like to make it clear that I was to blame, not
administration. Anyone offended, please accept my
Janet, 3yr old Filly
Owned & bred by Hools Shetland Pony Stud from Toab,
Orkney. She was 1st 2/3yr old filly class, Standard
Shetland Champion, Overall Shetland Champion, then went
on to become Native Champion Pony at the Sutherland
County Agricultural Show Saturday 23/07/2016.
The Reserve Champion Shetland was a yearling, Stow Lady
Violet shown by the Stow Shetland Pony Stud
Hjatland Thor a 9yr old Stallion shown by EB & S A
Knight won the Champion Miniature Shetland & Overall
And still the news
comes in from a sizzling Royal Welsh Show.
homebred yearling Cotmullion Paprika Prince, won a huge
class..... Gillian sold him in the Autumn and he has
been winning all over the place this season.... SO
proud.... and beautifully shown by his owner Linzi
Hamilton.......Gillian was delighted with this result,
as was his new owner and exhibitor, particularly
because of the numbers and quality of ponies forward.
More from Royal Welsh Show
reported it was an extremely hot day but it did not
deter the shetland exhibitors with massive entries,
57 entries in the standard shetland section and 87
entries in the miniature shetland section making an
incredible total of 144 entries of which most were
forward. It was certainly a super show of shetland
Limited results due gleaned to hot weather
Miniature Stallion Class:
1st Eiger Oliver - Frank &
Carol Hodder pictured left
2nd Eiger Neptune - Frank &
3rd ? Treflys Fanando -
Miniature Champion: Eiger
Reserve Champion: Eiger
Overall Shetland Champion:
Sapphire Classic - Mrs Anna Stevens & Mrs Lara
Reserve Overall: Eiger
Overall Juniior Champion:
Annwood Tulip - Mrs R C Davenport
Reserve: Halstock China Girl
- Miss L Mellor & Mrs N Plante
The overall standard of all
the massive entries were some of the best we have
seen this year, well done to everyone and we echo
the comments already expressed, it was a lovely
show, even though it was very very hot.C.H.
Beat this for a
showing the Gelding, Kinkell Ewen at the
Ewen is now seven, he was purchased as a foal and
the show was both Ewen and Phoebe's first time
showing at a county show.
He won the gelding 4 years and over class then was
awarded the best gelding.A.P.
She did an amazing job completing
the lap of honour with all the adults following and
didn't hold anyone up!! D.J.
Hi Gerry I don't know if you
consider it worth putting on website but….
We went to the royal welsh
show for the first time yesterday and were amazed by
the sight! it was packed with people from all walks
of life, so many stands and interesting things to
see and set in such stunning scenery!
the coloured cob classes (in the ring next to the
shetlands) were stunning to see and filled the ring
on one occasion, as there were so many entries!
So many Shetland ponies were forward and all were
spectacularly turned out even in the unforgiving
classes were very well attended with the largest
class having up to 27 entries in the mini Shetland
colt filly gelding 2/3 year old.
we took our 3 year old colt - Brackenfields Firefly
Cast a Spell and were amazed and very proud of him
when he was given 5th place in the above mentioned
yes I know it wasn't first but we couldn't believe
the judge would pick ours out of the many stunning
ponies that were available!
I think all those owners/breeders and handlers,
including Charlotte Corbishley who owns and handled
Fly in the ring, deserved a medal just for standing
in the heat for so long!
I was immensely impressed by the judge and stewards
who did a wonderful professional job in such
people around the ring were so friendly and helpful
and it was nice to see new and old faces and catch
up with other like minded pony people!
the only thing I can think of that would have made
the day better was a set of sprinklers or misters to
refresh both horses and handlers!
in all a wonderful day, many thanks to all who
worked so hard to make the day a success.
you betcha I'll put it on!
That's the second time today I've read a report
where author has not been first or champion. Not
that there is anything wrong wih coming first! So
delighted to publish your report of you enjoying
your day out with your ponies, the show, and taking
your ponies home proud knowing another day, another
dollar'. Bit more of this and perhaps not all is
lost. Well done. Ed. piccys below.
World Horse Welfare
Affiliated Shetland Pony Show
Judge. Mrs J Stevenson.
Photo Left Champion Alison
Right Reserve Champion Linzi Cave
|For those constant
forever complaining about 'the Society'. I presume they
really mean the Council who act on our behalf as the
members. Frankly I can't think why anyone would stand
and at their own expense, probably £3000 over 3 years if
you live in the South. Constrained by Company law,
EU laws and charities law let alone our constitution.
There are few thanks, mainly brick bats. Those who stand
do so as a 'give back' thanking the breed that gives
them so much pleasure. Its a fact that to operate, we
have to have a committee/council, call it what you will.
Perhaps those who complain so vehemently and venomously
on social media, should put themselves forward, they'd
be most welcome to have their eyes opened as to
the realities of a running a breed society today.
Yorkshire Show 12/13/14 July Judge: Mrs Jayne
The weather for the whole 3 days has been
sun and showers and packed out with visitors.The
shetland classes where very well supported with a hint
of the old days. A sea of black ponies with some
beautiful coloured mixed in.2 show teams had taken the
long journey from Scotland to compete and I hope more
will come next year .The Sleigh family
of the wells stud had donated two beautiful new
trophies ,one for Champion Male and one for the Junior
champion to add the the many other trophy's of the
for staying over the 3 days are good,plenty of exercise
areas and free grass fodder provided fresh twice daily.
Overall show champion & male champion Kerlock
Rupert Jedhart Stud
Overall Female champion&junior ch
the Lothian Family
Reserve Male Champion Hose Shadow
mesdames Stevenson& Needham
Reserve Female Champion Riverview
Dazzle the Barugh family
Best foal Warrackston Major
Mr I Spence&Mrs S Pye.
And best gelding Kinkell
Ewen shown and handled to perfection by Miss Preston age
5 years and her very first show,
( apologises but I did not get her name). J.B.
MANY thanks for report J.B. owners
exhibitors of any of the above may, if they wish, send
email images for publishing.
Ed. by 20th July please.
Reserve Male Champion Hose
mesdames Stevenson& Needham.
Great Yorkshire Show.
Ravenside Curiosity exhibited by the Hartside Stud (Lowthian
Family), winner of Overall Reserve Champion, Overall
female Champion and Overall Junior Champion. Great
SOUTH WEST GROUP SHOW.
Halstock Suger N Spice/
Mr D.Hodge & J.Walters.
bit late but too good
not to publish. GH
Meanwhile, at Kent
County, Chris and Jean Wady
on a rare day out showing, the two year
old filly Balmedie Farthing under Judge Mrs D Barr, took
the Miniature Champion and Reserve overall.