Come and meet Vinnie the Sparkle Pony as part of a festive and fun day at the Ride High Christmas Fair.
The event, which take splace at Eversholt Hall on Sunday, December 6 , is the perfect start to your Christmas countdown.
From 11am until 3pm Eversholt Hall will host over 20 stallholders selling handmade, high quality and unique items to kick off your Christmas shopping, as well as a great range of other entertainment and
activities including a Companion Dog Show.
The event will feature:
> An array of stallholders selling handmade and unique gifts
> Bring along your favourite dog to take part in The Dog Show*
> Giocoso Concert Band & The Sands Singers Choir performing Christmas carols and seasonal favourites
> Fun and games including the opportunity to meet Vinnie the Sparkle-Pony on the green
> Refreshments, delicious cakes and other sweet treats
> Tombola of great prizes
The Dog Show is your chance to showcase what makes your dog special with prizes for all first places.
> Waggiest Tail
> Best Paw-shake
> Fastest Sausage Eater
> Prettiest Bitch
> Most Handsome Dog
> Dog most like their owner
> Softest Ears
> Best Veteran
> Best Trick
> Best Dressed (Fancy Dress) plus…
> Best in Show - Wins Professional Pet Photo Shoot
Registration from 11am. Judging commences 1pm. £1.50 entry per dog per class. Kennel Club regulations.
Hayley Mackenzie-Wright, Ride High, said: “The support of the local community is so important to the charity. We decided that this Christmas we wanted to run an event that not only raises some funds for
2016 but that also gives something back to our supporters, so we’ve planned as much fun as we can into this event for all the family – dogs included! It’s completely free to come along, we hope as many
people as possible can make it.”
The Milton Keynes based Ride High charity works with up to 90 children every week. The children include those in care or foster children,
those from deprived backgrounds, young carers of parents or younger siblings, those who are bullied at school or feel disenfranchised, those who have been in trouble with the authorities, pupils who have
been excluded from school and children who have suffered abuse. In order to reach the neediest children all are referred to Ride High by childcare professionals.
Ride High aims to change the children’s lives by building skills, confidence and self-esteem. Alongside their weekly riding lessons each child also takes part in a clubroom session, where through structured,
horse-based activities and interaction with fellow members, they develop skills in communication and teamwork. www.ridehigh.org