Horse show draws

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - COUNTRYFILE -

THOU­SANDS of peo­ple came to Rom­ney Marsh to see the Heavy Horse Show at the week­end. About 10,000 vis­i­tors flocked to Bren­zett for the show on Satur­day and Sun­day which saw 45 horses com­pete. On Satur­day the horses had to do farm work and tow equip­ment, sledges and logs. On Sun­day they took part in dres­sage and com­pe­ti­tions in­clud­ing one for the best turned out horse. Or­gan­iser Ray Brig­nall said: “It was a very suc­cess­ful week­end. “It was only the sec­ond time we have done this, al­though we hope to hold it next year.” Vis­i­tors were also able to browse stalls, see vin­tage trac­tors and en­ter the Bren­zett Aero­nau­ti­cal Mu­seum, de­spite a break-in there last week. Mr Brig­nall added: “A lot of peo­ple were curious about what had hap­pened but even though ir­re­place­able items have been taken we must carry on.”

En­trants in the geld­ings aged four years and over class. The horses were given tasks in­clud­ing do­ing farm work and tow­ing equip­ment, sledges and logs. They also took part in dres­sage and comp


Around 10,000 vis­i­tors flocked to Bren­zett for the show


John Mancini, from Chil­ham, with Jed

There was drama as a loose horse gal­loped away. Luck­ily

Pic­tures Gary Browne pd1196116



Fiona Fursey, from the Isle of Shep­pey, and Ma­jor dur­ing the horse­man­ship con­test


The win­ner in the geld­ings aged four years and over class


was quickly brought un­der con­trol with no harm to any­one


Michael Cott with Lands of Ar­ran Turn­bury

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