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Competition Winners' Lorry Trailer Curtains Arrive!
Six months ago, we held an exclusive competition for two Baileys’ customers to have their horses featured on one of our famous and distinctive lorry trailer ...
Frickley Park Horse Trials: National Under 18's Championships
The National Under 18’s Eventing Championships took place at Frickley, last weekend, for which we supported the Eastern Region, which fielded two young and i...
From Hartpury to the USA
It’s been a fruitful weekend for Baileys riders and horses across the disciplines, from Hartpury to the USA. The weekend began with the carriage driving awa...
June Rider Round-Up
The last weekend in June was a great one for Baileys fed horses across the board. At the Al Shira’aa Hickstead Derby meeting, there was success in the showju...
2018 FUTURITY PLANS
We’re delighted to announce that British Breeding, the new management company in charge of the former BEF Equine Development Programme, has announced dates a...
It's All About Getting It Rght
Endurance Rider, Katie Bedwin, last weekend, made the most of the short spell of summer and has completed the King's Forest Spring Endurance Ride. Wasn’t t...
The Endurance Season is Underway
The season has finally started and I think it's fair to say both horses and humans are very glad of it! Our first weekend of competition was very busy, with ...
An Eventful Weekend
Last weekend was not only the culmination of the 2017/18 British Eventing Jump And Style and Jump Training winter series, but an evening demo with Mary and E...
Three Awards for the CAW Blimey Team!
Our Futurity blogger, Barbara Heaton-Smith, once again had success with her British homebreds this year through the Futurity Scheme and picked up a few award...
Happy New Year
Despite the weather, Katie Bedwin is busy getting her team of horses fit for the 2018 Edurance season. Is it just me or this damp, wet, dreary weather, get...
Beth Langley and Tissy are Back
Well it has been a while since writing a blog. Back in May 2016, Pria, my 9-year-old, rather gangly 16.1hh Arab was coming back into work with the aim of fil...
Where Has 2017 Gone?
Where has 2017 gone? This year has flown by with many highlights, for both our riders and the company, and what better way to round off the year than with Ol...
Tippbarlake Lady Luna
Tippbarlake Lady Luna, a wild-born Exmoor X Cremello filly foal, was found orphaned, at less than a month old, on Exmoor in early September. She was discover...
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