May Day horse riding show in Brookmans Park hailed a success
PUBLISHED: 13:22 07 May 2019 | UPDATED: 17:19 07 May 2019
Raybrook Riding’s annual May show took place in Brookmans Park on bank holiday Monday.
The show allows competitors and horses to demonstrate their prowess by being ridden or 'in hand'.
No show jumping took place, but there were 16 classes to compete in.
Show organiser Sarah Sullivan was delighted with the event, and noted the worthy winner of the Mark Cripps Salver - eight-year-old Sam Cripps, who was able to celebrate the memory of his late father thanks to trusty horse DellBoy.
While at the opposite end of the age spectrum in equine terms, 28-year-old Misty - owned by Ava Bergonzi - was again the winner of the Maggie Richardson Trophy for oldest competing horse on the day.
Raybrooks proprioter Vickie Boylan said: "It was another calm, yet keenly contested show which attracted even more sponsors than last year.
"It's pleasant to see new friends and horses of all ages - always a healthy sign for the future."
For more details visit Raybrook Riding's website: raybrookriding.co.uk.
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