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BSHA Southern Spring Show 2019

Saturday 6th April 2019. Summerhouse EC, Bath Road, Hardwicke, Gloucester GL2 2RG

The BSHA Southern Spring Show will once again be held at the Summerhouse EC with the usual variety 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 Novice, Amateur Owner/Rider and Amateur Home Produced classes, plus Grass Roots Training, Owners and BSHA Ladies Show Horse classes.

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

  BSHA Southern Spring Show Schedule

  BSHA Sourthern Spring Show Entry Form


The booking of stables is done directly with The Summerhouse Equestrian Centre; to book a stable, please click the button below:

 Book A Stable

For those booking over night stables straw can be used (for free) , however the day stables do not come with any bedding.

Competitors requiring shavings can purchase these at £7.50 per bale, again this can be done via the online booking system.

The main gates are locked at 09:00pm on Friday nights and will be unlocked at 06:30am on Saturday morning. 

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Any passports, with flu vaccinations out of date, will result in the horsebox/trailer and all horses on board, being turned away from the Show.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 Southern Spring Show 2019:

Updated 6th February 2019

Mr Reid Finlay                    Mrs P Mennim & Dr G Williamson               South West Equine Science Agent (Mrs Jen Evans)              
Miss Susan Holliday          Mrs Nina Armstrong-Finlay                           Mrs Clare Poole
Miss Emma Morrell          Mr & Mrs G Phillips                                        Mrs Sharon Moss,  (Wisloe Farm Services Ltd) 
Mrs Wendy Phipps          Motorail UK Limited (Mrs Ruth Flack)            Saunters Plant Hire (Mr & Mrs C Saunters)
Mrs Petra Frampton        Equine Science Ltd.                                        Miss Thea de Boer
Dr Mark N Boulcott         Mr & Mrs E McCourt                                       Mrs F Preston-Smith
The Langman Family       Annette and Amy Magnus                    ( Mr V Seddon)

Open Hack Champion 2018: Hinwood Libertine, owned by Miss J Watts and ridden by Hannah Horton
BSHA Grass Roots Training Class Winner 2018: Carolyn Green riding her own Phoenix Leticia
Open Hunter Champion 2018: Lowhill Knockalane Cruise, owned by Ms M Schwarz and ridden by Jane Cooper
Open Riding Horse Champion 2018: Tiger Oats, ridden by Ian Smeeth and owned by Mrs S Moss

The Summerhouse Equestrian Centre

The Summerhouse Equestrian & Training Centre is the location for the BSHA Southern Spring Show in 2018. The facilities include an Indoor Arena; Outdoor Arenas; Car and Lorry Parking and Stabling.

For further information on The Summerhouse Equestrian & Training Centre please use the link below:

  The Summerhouse Equestrain & Traning Centre

Lottie-Elizabeth Photography

The official photographer at the BSHA Southern Spring Show is Lottie Elizabeth Photography.

For further information and to view/order photographs after the Show, please see:

  Lottie-Elizabeth Photography