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Charity Event Organised by University of Derby Students featuring Beth Vernon (sponsored rider).

On Saturday 6 January Beth Vernon, a Blue Chip Sponsored rider, performed a show jumping lecture/demonstration at Derby College Equestrian Centre. This event was organised by the Higher Education students completing the second year of their Equine Science degree at Derby College. Organising this event was a critical part of the Equestrian Event Management and Marketing module of the students' degree. This was a charity event with all proceeds to be donated to Willbury Wonder Pony cancer charity. Beth Vernon brought four of her stunning horses, all of which are fed on Blue Chip Pro Balancer. Christie Prichard rode in the demonstration with Beth. The first part of the demonstration showed warming up and gridwork exercises and the second part...

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Blue Chip have made is really simple to get your feed balancer every month, delivered direct to your door free of charge. Simply, sign up to have your balancer delivered as often as you like by choosing the duration in the box below. This can be amended or changed whenever you like, by calling the office on 0114 266 6200       FAQ'sCan i change or cancel or change my subscription? Absolutely, you can change your order date, or cancel your subscription whenever you like.  What happens if i'm out when YODEL deliver? You can leave a note on your order for the driver to leave in a safe space.  Can i change my product or add another on top?...

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Goring Heath Horse Trials

What a fantastic response from the Goring Heath Horse Trials:   We had a fantastic Goring.  Both days went really smoothly.  The Saturday was a beautiful day but Sunday was really rather grim.  We had 2 super days of eventing.  I think the new cross country site is coming into its own.  The viewing is superb & Harry Williams did an amazing job with designing the tracks.  There was the new water jump as well as the new 105 course.  We will have to avoid any big expenditure for a while, which is a shame as the tractor has just died!!  There is still more tweeking to do but we are definitely getting there & reluctant as I was to move...

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