Cleveland Bay Society of North America Announces New
Cleveland Bay Horse Society of North America announces a new awards
program for 2003. Instead of one overall versatility award, purebreds
and partbreds (sport horses) will compete for year end awards in
several disciplines including: Dressage, Eventing, Driving, Distance
Riding, Hunter/Jumper, Western, Sport-horse In Hand and Versatility.
Cleveland Bay is the oldest established breed of English horse.
The first studbook was published in 1884, the breed is listed as
endangered, but is making a come back . Many modern European warmblood
were developed from Cleveland Bay stock. Notable Cleveland enthusiasts
are HRM Queen Elizabeth II, HRH Prince Philip, and the late Alexander
MacKay-Smith. Partbreds excell at many disciplines including dressage,
showjumping, driving and eventing including a past Burghley CCI****
more information contact Gabrielle Gordon at firstname.lastname@example.org
or email@example.com or write/fax
CBHSNA P.O. Box 483, Goshen, NH 03752