“Preparations for the 2018 show are well under way – watch this space for details on classes, entertainment, sponsorship and how you can get involved in this great little show”
TICKETS AVAILABLE Soon !!
This event takes place at the showfield on the evening of Friday 27th July &everyone is welcome. The evening consists of a Hog Roast, bar & live music by the Bad Dad Band.
Entry by ticket only - Adults £8-50/ Children £5-00.
Buy tickets from the end of June online by using the "Buy Tickets" Link or from Sue Kerridge 01423 733233
Details of the main ring entertainment for 2018 – coming soon
Preparations for your favourite village show are well underway!
The usual fun filled day of family entertainment and competition is getting closer – get the date in your diary - Sunday 29th July.
All the usual classics - Punch and Judy, brass bands, ferret racing, candyfloss, ice cream and pints of Weeton Wiggle. Watch riders in the show jumping arena. Be entertained by carriage driving, hounds and beagles and shows throughout the day on the main event field. Indulge in a bit of light shopping in local food, trade and craft stalls. Or if you are feeling athletic take part in the Rougemont Chase! Bring a pet to one of the small animal classes. Have some fun in the produce tent, challenging friends and neighbours to claim a coveted rosette in a bake off challenge, or local art, craft, horticulture exhibits or children's classes. And don't forget, with over twenty trophies available for the very best exhibitors, there's a chance of taking some silverware home for the mantelpiece.
Look Out For Details Of The Main Ring Entertainment for 2018-coming soon!
Weeton Show Pony Clinic: How to prepare yourself and your pony for a show was held at Almscliffe Village Hall on Friday 6th March. Guests, some of whom were relatively new to the showing world, were treated to an informative and humour filled talk by one the country’s leading show pony breeders and producers, Kim Money. She was however nearly upstaged by the on-set presence of the pony Mini (Milford Fair Minuet) owned by Lisa Walmsley) who made a foot sure entrance into the hall to the delight of the audience. Mini made the utmost of her starring role taking an avid interest in equine dentist Sam Norris when she gave a detailed explanation of the horse dental formation and calmly allowed Chartered Physio Jill Hall to demonstrate the potential problem areas of a horse’s back.
Kim explained to the guests the best way, along with some of the pitfalls, to get your horse or pony ready for a show, at whatever level. In addition to tips on how to prepare the horse, she also detailed the dress code for riders, ably assisted by Emily Walmsley who modelled the correct clothing and turnout – it’s just as important to have tidy hair on the rider as well as the pony. Kim took questions throughout the talk with Mini playing to the crowd at opportune moments. In fact at one point it looked as if she might sit herself down on a chair, rest her head on a hoof and watch the accompanying slide show.
Afterwards guests were able to chat to Kim, Jill and Sam about their showing experiences and everyone agreed it had been a great opportunity to learn more about the showing world.