Horse and pony event raises money for Upwell playing field changing rooms
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Equestrians joined a successful horse and pony show which raised £400 for changing rooms on the playing field of a village community.
The third horse and pony show was held by the Upwell Playing Field Committee which raised money for the ongoing works to the Pavillion changing rooms.
Ros Shorting, secretary of the committee, said: “Weather was perfect and we had 26 entries from local riders.
“There were all ages and all types of entries from miniature to shires.”In the inhand and ridden showing classes, judges were Mick Henfrey judging inhand and Carole Bartram judging ridden.
Rosettes were presented from first to sixth place.
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Overall supreme champion was Pip Read with her shire Cragg Hall Connor and reserve Supreme was Lancashire Premier King owned by Pip Read and shown by David Sherwood.
The next playing field event is a horse and pony show on Saturday August 22. The last one of the year will be on September 26.
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