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BSHA Northern Spring Show 2019

Sunday 21st April 2019. Bold Heath Equestrian Centre, Warrington Road, Widnes, Bold Heath, Cheshire, WA8 3XT

Once again the BSHA Northern Spring Show will be held at the Bold Heath Equestrian Centre, Cheshire with a full programme of Royal International Horse Show qualifiers for Hacks, Cobs, Maxi Cobs and Riding Horses; in addition there is also RIHS qualifiers for Hunters, including Amateurs and BSPA Ridden Coloureds.

The Show also includes the usual selection of Novice, Amateur Owner/Rider and Amateur Home Produced classes, plus Owners , Novice Working Hunters and Open Working Show Horse classes.

For a copy of the Schedule & Entry Form, please click below:

  BSHA Northern Spring Show Schedule

  BSHA Northern Spring Show Entry Form

If you would prefer a "hard-copy" of the schedule and entry form, please send an SAE (A5), stating which schedule you require to:

  BSHA, Suite 16 Intech House, 34-35 The Cam Centre, Wilbury Way, Hitchin, Herts SG4 0TW

For further information please contact the Show Secretary, Sarah Carey, on:

  01733 550816
  framptonrise@tiscali.co.uk

STABLING

Anyone wishing to stable overnight before the Show should contact the Bold Heath Equestrian Centre to book:

Stabling is limited and will be offered on a first come, first served basis.

For further information please contact Janet on:

  07702 268962

Competitions during the current outbreaks of Equine Flu


Following the advice of the British Equestrian Federation (BEF), the BSHA will be checking all Equine Passports before entry to the showground at this Show.

Any passports, with flu vaccinations out of date, will result in the horsebox/trailer and all horses on board, being turned away from the Show.

To check your Equine ID Passports, please see the following:

Ensure the horse has received two injections for primary vaccination against equine influenza, given no less than 21 days and no more than 92 days apart. Only these two injections need to have been given before a horse/pony can attend.

In addition, if sufficient time has elapsed, a first booster injection must have been given no less than 150 days and no more than 215 days after the second injection of the primary vaccination. Subsequently, booster injections must be given at intervals of not more than one year apart.

Thank you to the following people who have kindly sponsored at the BSHA Northern Spring Show 2019:

Updated 25th January  2019

Wendy Falcus                    Cindy Dilasser                     Stanley Grange Show Team         William James Recruitment Ltd (Jill Marsden)
Amanda Picollo                 Danielle Heath                    Suzanne Pine                                 High Flyers Business Coaching (Hayley Susca)
Ali Talbot                           Paul Mortimer                     Heather Clay                                  The Deanwater Hotel (Irene Susca)        
Taran Hanover                 Victoria Buckland                Linda Buckland                              The High Flyers Business Coaching (Hayley Erner)                               
Ian & Shelagh Darcy       The Light Ash Farm Shop  (Joanne Dewhurst)                          The Russell & Butler Estate Agents (Amanda Picillo) 
Salloways                         Kathryn's Cattery (Kathryn Riddle)                                             The Showing Journal Magazine (Jeanetta La-Four)
Taran Hanover                MMW Maximizing Potential (Jill Ollerenshaw)

 
Novice Champion 2018: Mrs V Ramm's Chycoose Troublesome, ridden by Martin Skelton
 
Open Hack Champion 2018: Young Lochinvar, owned & ridden by Alison Talbot
 
Open Hunter Champion 2018: Mrs J Day's Pride of Place, ridden by Robert Walker
 
Open Small Hunter Winner 2018: Carnsdale Dreamcatcher, owned & ridden by Chloe Vaughan


Bold Heath Equestrain Centre

The Bold Heath Equestrian Centre is a family run Equestrian Centre located in Widnes, Cheshire, with great links to the Motorways and a large car park for all size of horse transport. It has an Olympic size all weather outdoor arena and 2 indoor arenas accommodating both 20 x 40 dressage tests as well as 20 x 60 dressage tests. Bold Heath is well established and runs competitions all year round for all types of competitor and competition.

For further information on the Bold Heath Equestrian Centre please use the link below:

  The Bold Heath Equestrian Centre