Breeders Awards Dinner

The British Breeding Breeders' Awards Dinner is organised by the Registered Charity The British Horse Foundation and are held every January at a glittering London venue, which sees over 300 guests in attendance. Awards recognise the contribution of British breeders and Brirish bred horses and ponies to the development of equestrian sport.

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2017

Date: 14 January 2017. Grange City Hotel, London EC3N 2BQ

Location, bookings, evening programme, menu and times here

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Information and Award Nominations:

Haddon Training British Grooms Awards nominations info here

Submit your nomination online or by video here

Dowload PDFs to complete and return on paper:

Haddon Training British Grooms Award here

Haddon Training British Equestrian Teams Grooms Award here

Haddon Training Yard Manager Award here

Haddon Training Apprentice Award here

Horse & Hound Outstanding Mare Award media release here and nomination here

Meritoire Lifetime Contribution Award media release here and nomination here

If you'd like any nomination form in Word, please email us

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