Are you looking for that elusive last-minute gift? Please take a look at our online shop as we’ve got lots to offer. Calendars for just £9.50 plus postage or perhaps you might like to give a gift of a 2018 membership. The latter comes with tickets for the National Show on all three days! Last posting date is Thursday, […] Continue Reading
The Shire Horse Society offers some great gift ideas via this website. The 2018 Official calendar is proving popular and makes a great gift for someone who loves Shire horses. The calendar also comes with an envelope, so no wrapping required! Please take a look at our “shop” http://www.shire-horse.org.uk/shop/. Or simply call the office on 01536 771611 to place your order. […] Continue Reading
Please note that anyone wishing to be included in the 2018 Council Elections, including current members of Council who wish to stand for re-election, the office will require your nominations, a photograph and a brief CV of no more than 100 words by Wednesday, 3rd January 2018. For the avoidance of doubt, any new applicants must be proposed and seconded by Shire […] Continue Reading
The Society has produced a new set of shoeing standards. Following a review of the shoeing regulations, the Council directed the Editing Committee to produce an update and to make them a set of standards. The standards are now in operation and for the avoidance of doubt will be in operation at the Spring Show and affiliated Shows from 2018. […] Continue Reading
The Novice driver class at the National Shire Horse Show is open to anyone over the age of 13 years. The Show is being staged indoors at Bingley Hall, Stafford between 16th and 18th March, 2018. A schedule is available to download below.
Derbyshire Shire Horse Association has presented £500 to the Nightingale Macmillan Unit, a specialist palliative care unit at the Royal Derby Hospital, following the group’s annual open day. The money was raised from admission fees, raffle tickets, a tombola and sponsorship from local companies – and was handed over during a ceremony at Croots Farm Shop. Staged at Farnah House […] Continue Reading
The Shire Horse Society is offering for sale Christmas cards in packs of ten and their 2018 Official Shire Horse Society calendar which is packed with superb pictures of our wonderful breed. The calendar makes a great Christmas present and comes with an envelope too. Purchases can be made via the online shop or or if you prefer by telephoning the […] Continue Reading
Our friends at Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre are offering the opportunity to join them at their ‘Celebrate Christmas at Cotebrook with a festive afternoon tea.’ This includes FREE entry to see their 16 Shire Horses and British Wildlife before or after your afternoon tea. Prices are £19.95 for two or £29.95 for three people. The offer is available, Monday to […] Continue Reading
Every horse mad parent’s nightmare is their child begging them for a horse. Well look no further because the Shire Horse Society and Robinson’s Brewery have joined forces to offer one lucky young person the opportunity to follow their dream of having access to a Shire and all for free! This competition offers the winner a Shire horse for a […] Continue Reading
Stable tours staged at world’s largest gathering of Shire horses Visitors to the world’s largest gathering of Shire horses will be able to get up close to the gentle giants of the horse world in a series of special stable tours. The Shire Horse Society, which is staging the three-day National Shire Horse Show in March 2018 at Bingley Hall, […] Continue Reading
The Shire Horse Society is very sorry to learn of the passing of one of the breed’s most loyal servants. Mr Graham Ward passed peacefully today after a short illness. Graham was a very kind man and a stalwart of the breed. The Decoy prefix produced some wonderful animals including National Champions and Graham was one of the longest serving […] Continue Reading
It is with great sadness that the Society has learnt of Mr Cyril Eddy’s passing. Mr Eddy loved his horses and ploughed all around the country and at one time had four generations ploughing at the same match. The Society sends its deepest condolences to Mr Robert Eddy and his family at this time.