The Cleveland Bay Horse Society's King George V Show

held on Sunday, 8th May 2011 at the Equine Unit, Riseholme Park

by kind permission of the University of Lincoln

Class 1 - Pure Yearling Colt, Filly or Gelding


1st - Lindon Scientist (122),

             University of Lincoln (Abi Rodgers)*

2nd - Lambley Jack (109), Pamela Shipley

Class 6 - Purebred Stallion, Mare or Gelding


1st - Hampton Court Yeoman (105),

                                                  Zara Williams

2nd - Barbarian Buccaneer (110),

                                               Pamela Shipley *

3rd - Cholderton Ixion (120),

                                    Cecilia Delville-Lindsay

The Cleveland Bay Horse Society wishes to acknowledge the kind sponsorship of:


Shaw & Co

Arena Display Ltd

Danny Welch

Ditchley Stud

Tregoyd Stud

Gee Tac Equestrian

The Best Turned Out horse in each class above is indicated by an *

Stewards were Mrs Vanessa Clark and CBHS President Liz Worthy

Commentary was by Jo Strange

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A Local Stallion Demonstration took place following the KGV Premium Stallion competition

Class 5 - Part Bred Youngstock, 1,2,3 years

1st - Jaguar Moon (102),

                          Steve Pullan (Peter Richmond) *

2nd - Teddy Edward (121), Karen Burgess

3rd - Jemoon Private Dancer (111),

                             Jane Moore (Collette Maggs)

4th - Jemoon Melody Maker (112), Jane Moore

5th - Lindon Bright Spark (124),

                 University of Lincoln (Terri Metson)

King George V Premium Stallion


Champion - High Park Schoffield (103),

                                                     Jo Firth *

Reserve - Whitehouse Trooper (118),

                                                Irene Nichol

3rd - Oaten Tops'l (116),

                Norma Wilson (Jonathan Jackson)

4th - Lindon Principal (117),

           University of Lincoln (Emily Williams)

Class 3 - Pure Open Cleveland Bay Stallion


1st - Wyevale Brayden (106),

                                           Sarah Pomfret *

2nd - Kirkmoor Elderberry Flower (119),

                                            Heather Ketley

3rd - Cholderton Ixion (120),

                                 Cecilia Delville-Lindsay

4th - Beamish Fugleman (107), Sarah Duell

Class 2 - Pure 2 and 3 year old Youngstock

1st - Knaresborough Outlaw (115),

                                        Caroline Scurrah *

2nd - Thomsonbrook King William (108),

                                                Jean Morgan

3rd - Lindon Ceres (123),

      University of Lincoln (Rebecca Spencer)



Class 7 - Part Bred Stallion, Mare or Gelding


1st - Lindon Joint Honours (122),

                  University of Lincoln, Emily Williams

2nd - Jemoon Gaelic Warrior (125),

                                      Jane Moore (Ellie Paine)

3rd - It's William (127), (Beatrice Vilkonite) *

4th - Jemoon Tambourine Man (114),

                                 Jane Moore (Eva Katkevica)

5th - Jemoon Money Mover (126),

                                Jane Moore (Donna Galligar)



The prize for Best Turned Out Overall, sponsored by Shaw & Co. was awarded to this year's Champion Premium  Stallion, High Park Schoffield, shown by Jo Firth

The picture entitled JCH Photo cw Thomsonbrook King William is reproduced by kind permission of the official photographers for the KGV, JCH Photography.


The thirteen year old took the coveted King George V cup in a reduced field of four at this year's KGV competition held at Lincoln University's Riseholme centre on Sunday 8th May.   This is not the first time that Jo Firth's 16.2+hh stallion has gone home with the prize.   Schoffield, by Storth House Temptation out of High Park Susan, also won the KGV in 2003 and 2004 and was then Reserve in 2005.   Reserve Champion this year was Irene Nichol's eighteen year old Whitehouse Trooper, making his last appearance under the premium scheme.   Other horses in contention were Oaten Tops'l and Lindon Principal.

DSC00079pw High Park Schoffield

     Despite overnight rain (the first for many weeks), a fine, warm and sunny day was enjoyed by participants and spectators who had travelled from as far away as Wales, the West Country, Kent and Scotland.   The only casualties of the weather being an exhibitor's hat and a competitor number, both blown away in sudden gusts of wind!   The Riseholme meeting also included six additional classes for both in-hand and ridden.   The event ran smoothly and to time, a credit to the organizing team which built on previous experience at Lincoln and Rodbaston.   Judge for all classes was Mrs Ann Burrington, assisted by Stewards Mrs Vanessa Clark and CBHS President Liz Worthy.   The Commentator for the day was Jo Strange.   Click to see the complete results and photographs for all classes.   Posted 9 - 21.5.11.

CBHS President Liz Worthy presents the KGV Cup to Jo Firth

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King George V 2011

Report, results and pictures