Best of the Best

Best of the Best

  • IN A year when the Royal Highland can justly claim to have staged one of its most successful shows, there was a celebration of British Riding Pony breeding which might have gone unnoticed at this year’s Royal Highland had it not been for the fact that the Thistle Ring witnessed one of the best classes for plaited ponies ever staged in Scotland. 

  • Looking around the gathering of mourners at the recent funeral of well-known show producer Bob Templeton, I was intrigued to see how many young people had made the effort to attend.

  • It IS strange not to be emerging from a ‘proper’ winter although one would be hard pushed to define just what that it is nowadays. Emerging we are and at some pace during the month of March when everything seems to be early including the fields which are noticeably turning green.

  • It is little wonder that The Times described the National Theatre’s production of War Horse as the  “theatre event of the decade.”

  • I WAS interested to read in TSF recently, an appreciation for the sterling work done for BHS Scotland by Lorraine Young, who has been its chairman over the past seven years.

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BHS View

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