24th May, 2021
Despite the high winds & relentless rain on day one, competitors were ready & raring to go with a full complement of in hand and ridden classes, together with qualifiers for the RIHS & HOYS plus their usual Price Family Supreme In Hand Qualifier.
Whilst many commented it was ‘great to be back out showing’, none were more pleased than producer Craig Elenor making the long trip down to Somerset worthwhile when claiming the first ticket of the season for The Price Family Supreme In-Hand Championship of the Year with Sandy Anderson’s two-year-old colt Thistledown Harper Royale.
“We were so pleased to finally welcome competitors back to the Showground” says Alan Lyons, Head of Shows. “It was a fantastic two days, which wouldn’t have been possible without the support of our volunteers, who have worked tirelessly in supporting the Bath & West Team with the organising & running of the Show”
To ensure the safety of competitors, this event took place behind closed doors and was held under the guidelines of The Showing Council blueprint for hosting COVID-19 compliant equine events.
For full results from the Bath & West Equine Showing Show, please visit www.bathandwest.com/equine-showing-show-2021