At a recent BSHA National Championship Show Meeting, the Committee made the decision to amend the Timetable for the forthcoming Championships. This is due to the recent lack of rainfall, subsequent hard ground and in the interests of Animal Welfare.
This change means all ridden classes will now take place on a surface and only a few of the In-Hand classes will be on grass.
Please find attached the revised Timetable, with the changes highlighted in blue and, a copy of the Site Map, showing the Ring locations.
The Committee very much hope this decision will be welcomed by all competitors, and thank you in advance for your support of the 2018 Show.
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