Congratulations to Mr & Mrs Farrow's Waitwith Golden Dream who took all 5 available championships today! Section A Foal Champion and Youngstock Champion then Supreme Welsh Foal Champion, Supreme Foal Champion and finally, Supreme Welsh Youngstock Champion. May I thank everyone who supported the Association and travelled many miles to compete at Richmond today. It was great to see new faces and the weather was great too. Now that the EC have extended the main arena, we will run three rings at our Youngstock Show in April so should have an earlier finish! The Section D cob entries were well in excess of our usual number and one Section C had a very long journey from down south. Full results will be on our website as soon as I can put them on.
Well done to all, strong in hand & ridden classes in all sections and excellent and fair judging.
Thanks to all stewards/organisers particularly Kath Cubello who was left organising the ridden and young handlers and took the time to walk the lorry park telling all exhibitors of time changes and ring changes etc etc...poor woman was only in hospital being operated on yesterday.
Well done to my young 12 year old daughter who made her debut on her new 5 yr old Welsh section D, Cefncoch Sian, 1st Llanarth Novice, 2nd Open Llanarth, 3rd in YH, a very good day. Not bad for her first breed show on a new pony. So Proud!!!
Think the sec C medal winner was Popsters Tommy C o c k l e s, well done nic x
Correct, it was!! Thanks Hannah and Shirley
reserve was Cyntaf Destiny Sec C Foal Champion was Rangeview Radius ( Costello family) with Popsters Mia Amore Reserve (Walker Family). The VERY smart Radius aka Derek then went onto be reserve supreme foal
I saw Neil Jones from BE Press Agency taking pictures but as for a photographer there appeared not to be one, there certainly wasn't for any of the riddens and in any of the C & D In hand classes that i watched. Sorry if that is not much help....