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  • World Horse Welfare is urging the public to consider rehoming as the charity highlights the horses and ponies on its rehoming scheme who have been waiting the longest for a loving home.

  • AT Richmond EC recently, from more than 30 starters, Madelaine Archibald and her 128cm pony, Tazmania 11 led the class to the last rider who just pipped her to second spot.

  • DESPITE the fact that we’ve only just reached the middle of May, there has been a veritable equestrian feast to be enjoyed on television this month, starting with Badminton Horse Trials which saw superb coverage albeit on BBC’s red button.

  • ORKNEY Riding Club is looking forward to the summer, according to secretary, Helen Foulis.
    “We usually have an average of 78-80 members who take part in all disciplines. We run weekly club nights, and also support clinics with instructors from south, including David Gatherer, Andrew Hamilton, Eric MacKechnie. Ashleigh Reilly, Colin Hexley, to name but a few.

  • With 140 horses pre entered and another 103 horses forward on the day, the Scottish Friends Open Show held at Morris Equestrian Centre, Fenwick, has proved to be the most popular early show in Scotland so far this season.

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