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HORSEWEEK
FARMWEEK
JANUARY 23 2020
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January league continues for
Kilkeel and District Riding Club
K
ILKEEL and District Riding Club’s
January league continues every
Friday night at the Gamekeepers
Lodge Equestrian Centre. kindly
sponsored by ENE Conveyor Systems.
This is a points based league with the nal
taking place on January 31. Course walk from
7pm.
RESULTS
Friday, January 17
Cross-poles:
1) Ruby Mulvenna, Sparkie 20pts; 2) Ellie Mae
McGinn, Giggles 18pts; 3) Katie Niblock, Millie
16pts; 4) Layla Imrie, Billy 14pts; 5) Connor
Doran, Sassy 12pts; 6) Taylor McConnell,
TBags 10pts.
Well done also to: Amy Burden (Dougal)
8pts.
60cm:
1) Millie Mulvenna, Sparkie 20pts; 2) Katie
Niblock, Millie 18pts; 3) Molly Byrne, Duke
16pts; 4) Amy Burden, Pippa 14pts; 5) Emma
McGrath, Cracker 12pts.
70cm:
1) Charley Hanna, Crystal 20pts; 2) Aimee
Long, Millie 18pts; 3) Andrew Hanna, Drummer
16pts; 4) Molly McGinn, Lizzie 14pts; 5) Millie
Mulvenna, Zulu 12pts; 6) Lily Rose McGinn,
Giggles 10pts.
80cm (Seniors):
1) Sarah-Jayne Trainor, Chelsea Rose 20pts.
80cm (Juniors):
1) Charley Hanna, Crystal 20pts; 2) Aimee
RED ROSETTE: Emma McDowell and ‘Belle’
claimed the red rosette in the 90cm/1m
Senior class at the Kilkeel and District Riding
Club January league. (FW04-511NN)
CROSS-POLES: Competitors in the cross-poles class at Kilkeel and District Riding Club’s January
league. (FW04-505NN)
80CM SENIOR: Sarah-Jayne Trainor and
‘Chelsea Rose’ won the 80cm Senior class
at the Kilkeel and District Riding Club January
league. (FW04-509NN)
Long, Millie 18pts; 3) Molly Magorrian, Roxy
16pts; 4) Ruairi Murnion, Bella 14pts; 5) Millie
Mulvenna, Zulu 12pts; 6) Caitlin Trainor, Star
10pts.
Well done also to:
Andrew Hanna, Drummer 8pts.
90cm-1m (Seniors):
1) Emma McDowell, Belle 20pts.
90cm-1m (Juniors):
1) Zara McAleese, Boris 20pts; 2) Molly
Magorrian, Roxy 18pts; 3) Emma Gillespie,
Summer 16pts.
LINE UP: The winning line up in the 70cm class at the Kilkeel and District Riding Club January
league. (FW04-507NN)
IN THE RIBBONS: 60cm competitors show off their rosettes at the
Kilkeel and District Riding Club January league. (FW04-506NN)
PRIZE WINNERS: Competitors in the 80cm Junior class at the Kilkeel
and District Riding Club January league with their ribbons.
(FW04-508NN)
BSAVA and BEVA donate £7,000 to support
Australian wildfire veterinary care
THE British Small Animal Veterinary
Association and the British Equine
Veterinary Association have made a
donation of £7,000 to the Australian
Veterinary Association Benevolent
Fund to help assist the work of
the veterinary profession who are
dedicating their lives to the wellbeing
of animals caught in the wildres.
Both Associations are also appealing
to members to make donations.
BSAVA President Sue Paterson
said: “Throughout Australia there
are massive areas of land reduced
to tinder, thousands of homes and
people’s livelihoods destroyed as well
as the devastating effects of the res
on the millions of native animals.
“Whilst we can offer our support and
offer condolences to the courageous
people of Australia who are dealing
with this natural disaster, BSAVA feel
that we should be more proactive and
we hope our membership will support
our decision to make a donation to
the Benevolent fund set up by the
Australian Veterinary Association.
As the welcome rains have arrived
to help dissipate the ames, we feel
nancial support will help to nurture
the green shoots as they start to
appear.”
BEVA President Tim Mair said: “We
have all been shocked and saddened
by this ongoing tragedy but we’re
full of admiration for the courageous
and generous work being undertaken
by our veterinary colleagues Down
Under. This gesture of support will
hopefully help to sustain the efforts
to minimise suffering and rebuild.”
TOP THREE: The top three competitors in the 90cm/ 1m Junior class
at the Kilkeel and District Riding Club January league. (FW04-510NN)

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