Buy a Bolesworth Golden Ticket for your chance to win a horse

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As the countdown begins to the Bolesworth Young Horse Championships in Cheshire, 14 -18 August, the show is celebrating the very best of British breeding, with the chance to win a horse. 

Purchasers of Bolesworth Golden Tickets will get the opportunity to win a British bred three-year-old by Arkol, as well as a K21 Theraplate.  

The stunning unbacked mare, Bolesworth Havana, is out of renowned showjumping stallion Arkol, with a strong dam line including Havana, who herself jumped to 1.60m. 

Show promoter and breeder of Bolesworth Havana, Nina Barbour said: “We are passionate about British breeding and really want to highlight the excellent standard of British-bred horses being offered in the UK. The Golden Ticket prize celebrates the breeding and production of young horses in the UK”.

Theraplate UK director, Dominic Fox continued: “What a great prize, a chance to win a young horse with a bright future, plus join the Theraplate Revolution and win your very own K21 to support the horse through its career.”

In addition, there is also a chance to win a pallet of feed courtesy of Equerry, a £250 voucher from Equitop Myoplast, and a Voltaire bridle.  

Golden Tickets can be purchased from The Bolesworth Young Horse Championships website for £30 or £50 for two tickets, and for every ticket purchased a donation will be made to the Tim Stockdale Foundation. The winner will be announced at the Bolesworth Young Horse Championship on Saturday 17th August.

With welfare in mind, all Golden Ticket holders will need to be affiliated to one of the following associations: British Showjumping, British Dressage or British Eventing, and the prospective homes will be vetted to ensure suitability prior to the horse’s ownership being handed over.

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