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  A selection of news items from 2010

SOUTHERN CLEVELAND BAY CLUB 2010 ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING 2010
With several new members attending, the Club enjoyed a memorable visit to Cholderton Stud on Sunday 18th April. We were joined by Henry Edmunds whose family have been breeding Cleveland Bays at Cholderton for 125 years. The AGM, held in the Shooters' Lodge, was followed by an excellent buffet lunch. Henry was able to show us several historical artifacts relating to the breed. On a gloriously sunny afternoon, our host together with Cecilia Delville-Lindsay conducted Members on an extensive tour of the Cholderton Stud to see numerous mares and stallion Cholderton Boreas. Our warm thanks to Henry for a convivial day.

FARNHAM RIDERS CLUB SHOW

Christine Pike made an impresive appearance at the Club's Show on 20th June riding Jo Strange's 24 year old Cleveland Bay Appleton Wiske (aka Milly). The pair won the CB Best Turned Out Prize kindly donated by Shaw and Co. (Solicitors). Then with Christine's daughter Susan riding, she took the CB breed special in the side saddle Concours d'Elegance. This was followed by Best side saddle horse or pony and Best side saddle riding club horse or pony. An epitome of elegance, Susan is shown riding Milly in a super photograph by Nigel Lomax. Appleton Wiske is a granddaughter of Gerrick Majesty.

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CHERTSEY RESULTS 15th August
Four Years and Over
1st & Part Bred Champion - Tilly Mint (Jo Strange) 2nd - Huggi Bere (Angela Hale)
Youngstock
1st, Pure bred Champion and Supreme Champion - Cholderton Janus (Jo Strange)
Ridden
1st - Huggi Bere (Angela Hale)
Best Turned Out - Huggi Bere. (Prize and sash presented by Shaw & Co. Solicitors)
All classes were judged by Emily Williams of Lincoln.

SMOKEY CHAMPION AT ELLINGHAM
SHOW
Cecilia Delville-Lindsay's Cholderton Ixion won his class and was Champion Cleveland Bay at Ellingham & Ringwood Agricultural Show on Saturday, 14th August.

MARYGOLD NIXEY
The funeral of Cleveland Bay breeder Miss Marygold Nixey was held on Monday 13th September. A Founder Member of the Southern Cleveland Bay Breeders Club, 79 year old Miss Nixey, who had been in poor health for some time, recently suffered a stroke and died on 2nd September. The great many people attending the service at Cuxham in Oxfordshire packed the small church to overflowing with about 50 mourners standing in silence outside.
  Miss Nixey hunted the pure bred stallion Gerrick Majesty for many years and with him won the King George V Cup three times. She bred, produced and handled many notable Cleveland Bays which were sold both close to home and around the world. Two of her stallions, Principal Boy and Gerrick Marquis went to the Imperial Japanese Stud.
  Donations in memory of Marygold went to Cuxham Church and the Stroke Association.

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