Western Equestrian Society National Championship Show 27-29 August 2021

David and I first became members of the Western Equestrian Society in the 1980s.  Back then, the prospect of being asked to host a national show never even entered our minds.  Fast forward to 2021 and we are so delighted and deeply honoured to be asked to host this wonderful event.  We very much look forward to welcoming you all to Horse Creek Farm this August Bank Holiday weekend.

Horse Creek Farm Outdoor Eating Area
Horse Creek Farm Outdoor Eating Area Ready to Welcome WES National Championship Visitors

Preparing Horse Creek Farm for WES National Championships

Outdoor Arena Preparations Are Almost Complete
Outdoor Arena Preparations Are Almost Complete

As you would expect, we have all been working very hard behind the scenes preparing for this wonderful event.

Resurfacing the outdoor arena as well as updating and improving the facilities have all been on our, very long, to do lists.  An extended spectator seating area has also been included in our works programme to cater for increased visitor numbers.

Throughout all our planning we have remained mindful of the need to be Covid safe for the comfort and safety of all those attending the 2021 WES National Championships here at Horse Creek Farm.

 


All Spectators Welcome

Bar Open Midday Onwards Over the August Bank Holiday Weekend
Bar Open Midday Onwards Over the August Bank Holiday Weekend

Spectators (free entry) are very welcome from 8am each day of the weekend and the cafe will be open for breakfasts too.  From midday onwards, our licensed bar will also be open.

We look forward to welcoming everyone on 27th, 28th and 29th August 2021 when there will be a full range of Western riding  discipline classes running  throughout each day.


Event in Aid of Our NHS Heroes

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Lined Up for the Judging

The NHS Charity Western Pleasure Class will be run on Saturday 28th in the afternoon.  This fancy dress class is very well supported by WES members and their horses.  Lots of rainbows please.

 

For further information contact Mick Carder

 

 


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