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Due to the uncertainty of the Covid19 situation, The British Hanoverian Horse Society has taken the difficult decision to cancel this year’s Annual Show in September.
We will, however, be holding a small number of regional shows from late July to mid-August. These shows will take place at venues where social distancing can be maintained, and time slots will be given to participants. At the moment, spectators will not be allowed.
Each regional show will be held subject to receiving a minimum number of entrants. Details of these events to follow in the next couple of days.
British Rhineland would like to Welcome Flax Lion Stud's Samaii into the Studbook
SAMAII -Sambertino x Elite Berolina (Brentano II / Wenzel II / Abhang III) 16.2hh homozygous black (EE) tobiano Oldenburg
Samaii's 30 Day Dressage score 8,18. Including 8,5 walk & 8,0 canter and is the BD Advanced Medium winner - German young horse class winner & competed to M level.
On Wednesday 15 April 2020, Witcham Farm House Stud entertained us with a free jumping session which was live on Facebook.
To watch the session and learn how to free jump your horse, either for the Mare Performance Test, Stallion Licensing or just for fun ... please watch ...
How to show your mare’s best attributes during a BHHS Stud Book Inspection by Chairman Katy Holder-Vale which was filmed live from Witcham House Farm Stud
The World Horse Welfare has issued a article called "What to do now to look after your horse during the current restrictions". This can be found on the link below, you can also download a "Just In Case - Owners Plan".
The link can be found here ... https://www.worldhorsewelfare.org/news/how-do-i-look-after-my-horse-if-i...
The British Hanoverian Horse Society (BHHS) has taken the decision to hold their Annual General Meeting via video-conference due to the Coronavirus outbreak.