Equestrian show’s “great but unexpected honour”

PUBLISHED: 12:18 21 August 2012 | UPDATED: 17:22 21 August 2012

JJ Equestrian Show at Equifest. Seren Evans with Mickie. Picture Rob Moriss

JJ Equestrian Show at Equifest. Seren Evans with Mickie. Picture Rob Moriss

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A FENLAND horse show was given a prestigious slot at a national equestrian extravaganza.

JJ Equestrian, which was set up by Chatteris resident Sarah Crosbie to provide friendly and informative showing events in the area, was invited to organise a ring at Equifest at Peterborough Showground on Sunday (August 19).

The invite came just one week before JJ Equestrian’s own first birthday show.

Ms Crosbie described the invite as a “great but unexpected honour”.

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