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

Information and Award Nominations:

Haddon Training British Grooms Awards nominations here closing date 18 November 2016

Haddon Training British Grooms Awards info here

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