Jasmine's big day at horse and dog show

Hayley Gibbs The Follyfoot and Dunston Harriers charity fun horse and dog show took place at Follyfoot Country Fayre at the end of September. It was a great day for Jasmine Gardiner from Costessey, who won the In-hand championship with Salimali and then went on to become Supreme Champion.

Hayley Gibbs

The Follyfoot and Dunston Harriers charity fun horse and dog show took place at Follyfoot Country Fayre at the end of September.

It was a great day for Jasmine Gardiner from Costessey, who won the In-hand championship with Salimali and then went on to become Supreme Champion. Reserve Supreme went to Katerina Underhill from Scarning, riding Just William who earlier won the ridden championship.

There were more than 100 entries in the horse classes, and other winners on the day were Jess Storey on Splash, who won the Handy Pony and Veteran winner Emily Bloom with Thomas from Wymondham.


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The Dog show Supreme Champion was the Gordon Setter Skye owned by Lesley and Maria Bunn of Peds Way Stud, East Wretham.

Owner of Follyfoot Country Fayre, Roger Worman said: "We had booked the weather which came right for the day and everyone enjoyed themselves.

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"We had over 52 raffle prizes and everyone who won a rosette also received a feed prize as we had such exceptional support from our sponsors.

"A big thanks to all of these and Bailey Horse Feeds for sponsoring the Supreme Championships.

"Thanks also to my neighbours B A Cook & Partners who loaned us their field for parking as without them we would never have held the event. Also all the helpers from Follyfoot and Dunston Harriers who made the day so special and raised such a large sum for the hunt and Wicklewood Baby and Toddler Group".

Full results will be available next week.

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