Lucinda Fredericks to give demo at World Horse Welfare
World Horse Welfare will be playing host to a demonstration by champion equestrian sportswoman Lucinda Fredericks. The lecture demo evening will be held at Hall Farm Rescue and Rehoming Centre, Snetterton, on Saturday 23rd February.
Lucinda, a star of the equestrian world, will be delighting the audience with a display of the talent which has enabled her to reach the highest echelons of three-day eventing. Many will remember her victories at elite four-star events Burghley and Badminton in 2006 and 2007 respectively, aboard the awesomely plucky little chestnut mare Headley Britannia. Lucinda has ridden and won at Grand Prix level and also competed at the Olympic Games in Beijing 2008 and London 2012.
Don’t miss this fantastic opportunity to learn from a champion rider in the superb facilities at Hall Farm. You will see Lucinda work her own horses and some of World Horse Welfare’s horses will take part as well, proving that Lucinda can work her magic at all levels! The demo is being held at 6.30pm on Saturday 23rd February, with doors open from 6pm. Tickets are £20 for adults or £12 for children aged 14 years and under.
For more information and to book your tickets contact Maxine Langley on 01953 499100/07801 880201 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
World Horse Welfare is a leading international horse charity dedicated to promoting and protecting horse welfare worldwide. Founded in 1927, and formerly called The International League for the Protection of Horses (ILPH), we are committed to stamping out suffering and improving the life of horses in the UK and overseas through education, campaigns and hands-on work with horses. Overseas, we provide communities with the skills and training to care for their working horses and so improve their livelihoods. We also deliver high-profile and effective international campaigns to promote the welfare of horses at home and abroad. We support the use of horses in sport, being a welfare arm of the FEI and an advisor to the British Horseracing Authority. Please visit www.worldhorsewelfare.org