Border Highlands

AGM Report

The Border Highlands AGM took place on the 15th April 2018, having been postponed due to the snow that swept the country in March.  The AGM was very well supported with 27 members and their family/friends in attendance. 

The club elected a new president, Kate Dykes who is a founder member of our club, following the sad passing of Alex McIntyre late last year.  The resulting vacancy on the committee was subsequently filled by Adi Kay following a  member vote.  Details of the proposed programme of events was also set forth followed by presentation of the 2017 performance awards.  You can read about the winners below.

Border Highlands Prize Giving Awards

 

1st – Trailtrow Texa Beag & Best Mare – Kirstin McMurray (2920)

2nd – Trowan Promise – Lesley Dawson (1890)

3rd – Tower Highland Piper – Hunting Trophy & Best Gelding - Mardy Fawcett (1842)

4th – Trailtrow Tanera – Kirstin McMurray (1530)

5th – Little Fenwick Ben Nevis – Joyce Hume – (1394)

6th – Trailtrow Lille & Best Novice Pony – Gillian McMurray (1380)

7th – Rosie of Combebank – Michelle Parkin Vaughan (1336)

8th – Bridget of Combebank – Michelle Parkin Vaughan (1200)

9th – David’s Lass of Carn Dearg & Trec Trophy– Lynda Mays (1170)

10th – Howe Ibster – Chloe Howden (972)

11th – Albus Marahh of Boseils – Lynda Mays (846)

12th – Tower Braveheart – Mardy Fawcett (770)

13th – Rhumach of Duchamis & Long Distance Trophy– Claire Garnett (596)

14th – Finches China Rose – Lianne Parkin (466)

15th – Trailtrow Lille – Kirstin McMurray (380)

16th – Fiadh of Kirkcarrion – Adi Kay (344)

 

Border Highland Service Award – Jacqui Porter

Most fun on pony award –  Heather Jock of Fourmerk – Jane McNaught

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