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Results and pictures from the CLEVELAND BAY classes

held on Sunday 19th June in Ring 2 (The Malvern Ring) commencing at 8.00 a.m.

 

Judge: Mr L. Clarke, Lowestoft, Suffolk

IN HAND CLASSES

Class H94    Stallion, barren mare or gelding.   4 years old and over.   Born 2007 or before.

1st - Barbarian Buccaneer (663), Pamela Shipley

2nd - Runswick Liberator (660), Paula Lewis

3rd - Earlswood Fourth Edition (661), Meriel Picton (Helen Picton)

 

Class H95    Pure bred brood mare.   4 years old and over.   With or without foal at foot.

Winner - Willow Annabel - (665), Anabel Bray

 

Class H97    Youngstock, born 2008, 2009, 2010.

Winner - Lambley Jack (669), Pamela Shipley

 

Class HS40      Champion Cleveland Bay open to first prize winners in classes H94 - H97

.                       with TCAS rosettes for Champion and Reserve.

Champion - Barbarian Buccaneer (663), Pamela Shipley

Reserve - Lambley Jack (669), Pamela Shipley

 

Class HS41      Best Turned Out Award.  For classes H94 - H97.

.                      Sash and £50 prize courtesy of sponsors Shaw & Co. Solicitors.

Barbarian Buccaneer (663), Pamela Shipley

RIDDEN CLASS

Class H98       Pure or part bred CB stallion, mare or gelding.   Born 2007 or before.

                      Judged as a Ridden Hunter class.

1st - Barbarian Buccaneer (663), Pamela Shipley

2nd - Earlswood Fourth Edition (661), Meriel Picton (Helen Picton)

3rd - Jemoon Jazzman (671), Katy Williams

For further information and to see other results go to the show website

E & OE

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Three Counties Show 2011

The title refers to Worcestershire, Herefordshire and Gloucestershire and following the demise of the Royal, the three day Malvern based event must now rank as the premier agricultural show in the Midlands.   Provisional figures indicate an attendance over the three days of more than 95,000.   In addition to a record number of livestock entries, there were 2815 horse entries.   This year saw a welcome return of Cleveland Bay classes to the schedule.

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