An agricultural extravaganza for all the family
Charlene Goudkuil Fenn Wright’s equestrian specialist, who is a past competitor and now a regular steward at the Suffolk Show, assisted the judges in the working hunter ring over the two days. And Martin Freeman who heads up Fenn Wright’s Rural team attended the show to meet with clients throughout the event. The Fenn Wright Working Hunter Ring hosted the Horse of the Year Show Working Hunter qualifiers, along with the well supported Retrained Racehorse RoR classes.
Despite the torrential rain the night before the show opened, thousands visited Trinity Park for the annual county show, which celebrates Suffolk’s thriving farming industry as well as showcasing the foodie delights that the region has to offer.
The attendance of Prince Harry on the second day of the show provided a real boost for the agricultural extravaganza, and two major changes – dogs being allowed and under 14s getting in for free – also helped to boost numbers.
The dates for Suffolk Show 2015 are yet to be confirmed by The Suffolk Agricultural Association.