Two charities benefit from Doll horse show
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SUTHERLAND Riding Club held their Charity Horse Show on Saturday at the Doll Riding Centre, which was much enjoyed by everyone.
They raised more than £380 (exact amount to be confirmed once pledged donations are all in) for Macmillan Cancer Support and Equine Grass Sickness Fund.
Judge for the day was Margaret Nicol.
In hand results:
Class 1– Lead rein (under 10 years old) joint 1st Logan Mackay and Xanthe Brooke Macfarlane.
Class 2 – Young Handler (12 and under) joint 1st Kara Mackay and Abby Halliday; joint 2nd Xanthe Brooke Macfarlane and Sandi Macleod.
Class 3 – Teen Handler (13 – 19 years) 1 Kaitlin Sutherland, 2 Ailsa.
Class 4 – Handler (over 20 years) 1 Sylvia Stewart, 2 Ruth Whittaker, 3.Lyndsey Carswell, 4 Bryony Ballantyne.
Class 5 – Shetland Pony 1 Merryn Renouf, 2 Bryony.
Class 6 – Mountain and Moorland (juniors) 1 Ailsa, 2 Xanthe Brooke Macfarlane, 3 Kara Mackay. Mountain and Moorland (teens) 1 Sandi Macleod, 2 Abby Halliday.
Class 7 – Coloured Horse/Pony 1 Ruth Whittaker, 2 Kaitlyn Sutherland, 3 Kara Mackay, 4 Shirley McLauchlan.
Class 8 – Show Hunter Type Horse/Pony 1 Sylvia Stewart, 2 Lyndsey Carswell, 3 Sandi Macleod, 4 Kara Mackay.
Class 9 – Novice Horse/Pony joint 1st Xanthe Brooke Macfarlane and Sandi Macleod; joint 2nd Logan Mackay and Kara Mackay; joint 3 Abby Halliday and Ailsa.
Class 10 – Ponies not exceeding 14.2hh 1 Kaitlin Sutherland, 2 Ruth Whittaker.
Class 11 – Horses exceeding 14.2hh 1 Sylvia Stewart, 2 Lyndsey Carswell.
Class 12 – Handy Pony Games 1 Kara Mackay, 2 Logan Mackay, 3 Keiller, 4 Xanthe Brooke Macfarlane, 5 Ailsa.
Class 13 – Happiest Horse/ Pony and Handler 1 Shirley McLauchlan, 2 Lyndsey Carswell, 3 Bryony Ballantyne.
Class 14 – Celtic Connections 1 Xanthe Brooke Macfarlane, 2 Kara and Logan Mackay, 3. Abby Halliday.
Supreme Champion – Xanthe Brooke Macfarlane.
Reserve Champion – Sylvia Stewart.
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