Cotebrook Shire Horse Centre will be showing two of its horses when it takes part in the world’s biggest gathering of shires.
The centre will be represented by Cotebrook Ben More and Cotebrook Loch Fern at the Shire Horse Society’s Spring Show on March 15, 16 and 17.
Alistair King, who runs the centre on the A49 with his wife Janet, will be showing the horses during the three-day event which will bring together hundreds of shires from across Europe and is regarded as The National Championships. “This is always a great event to take part in and, with so many shires in one place, it is a real sight to behold,” said Alistair. “As well as being a fun, family event the show brings together the best shires fromEuropeand celebrates the hard work breeders are doing to preserve these magnificent animals.”
Cotebrook Ben More will be competing in the Yearling Colt class and Cotebrook Loch Fern will be taking part in the Two-Year-Old Filly class.
The Shire Horse Society Spring Show takes place at the East of England Showground in Peterborough and is open to members of the public.