Course builder Graham Barclay presented an interesting and challenging course which result in very few clear rounds.
Accredited Professional Coaches Nick Turner fbhs, Julia Gourlay and Sarah Jayne Bowers delivered inspiring sessions in flatwork, polework, jumping and cross country.
Her equestrian achievements include creating the Borders Festival of the Horse (now in its 14th year assisting the progress of Part 1 of the Land Reform Act (Scotland) 2003 Act through the Scottish Parliament, making sure horse riders received the same rights as walkers, cyclists.
The A3 posters offer advice to dog owners and horse riders on how to act around each other.Simon Alston demonstrated harness decorating and Jim Wallace brought his film and samples of vintage tools.Brodie Castle Ride The wet weather didn't deter enthusiastic rider on this jelly belly 20 flavor gift box special and scenic route.So, after 50 years of riding, learning and loving horses, and 46 years of coaching and judging Peter is now reaping the rewards of his dedication as a judge and a coach.Pictured is Stephanie and Maltstrikers Diamond being presented with the Trophy by Mrs Claire Aldridge the Chairman of The British Horse Society.
The British Team will consist of 6 riders with learning disabilities from across.
Previous winners cannot be nominated a second time.
Sue was nominated for this award for her outstanding commitment to the welfare of our horses here in Scotland.The ride is in aid of equine grass sickness.We have compiled several successful case studies to inspire access volunteers and assist with ongoing issues across Scotland.Past Winners 2005 Yvonne Macfarlane 2006 Hamish Cameron 2007 Jean Stephen 2008 Linda Lucey 2009 Shonagh Steven 2010 David Gatherer 2011 Sue Hendry 2012 Sandra Morrison 2013 not awarded 2014 - Shelagh Steven 2015 - Heather McLennan 2015 - Heather McLennan 2016 - Gillian Elliot.The most popular feature demonstration being hay making by heavy horses from Dave and Robert Nelson, Benny Duncan and Ross Kinnaird along with all their helpers. She also volunteered with RDA and gave so much to others and shared her love of ponies.Trophy and prizes were presented by the Morrison Family.A few highlights included; Selling ALL our umbrellas on XC day Getting visits from Claire Balding AND Ian Stark, not to mention the team riders and supporters from all nations who popped in during the week Selling quantities of second hand books in a fund.We were then greeted in Shetland by Susie Nicholson, our BHS representative on Shetland.