Suffolk Horse Society The Charity that cares for the Suffolk Punch Founded 1877
Patron HRH The Princess Royal

Management

Management

Patron: Her Royal Highness the Princess Royal

Vice-Patron: The Lord Lieutenant of Suffolk 

The Suffolk Horse Society is a registered charity and is managed by a body of Trustees, known as the Council, elected from amongst the members at the Annual General Meeting. Elected members serve for a four year term at the end of which they may seek re-election. The Society has a President who is chosen annually by the AGM and who serves for one year. The President is supported by a President Elect, who is also chosen by the AGM, and who takes on the presidency on an annual rolling basis.

The Officers and Council of the Suffolk Horse Society

President:  Miss Sue Wager
President Elect: Mr John Wall
Retiring President: Mr Jeff Hallett
Chairman: Mr George Paul
Vice-Chairman: Mr Mark Donsworth
Honorary Treasurer: Dr Chris Bushby

Company Secretary: Mr Jeff Hallett

Council Members:
Dr Fred Barrelet
Mr Matthew Bundock

Mr Glenn Cass
Mr Mark Donsworth
Mr John Fleming
Mr Martin Goymour
Mrs Cheryl Grover

Mr Andrew Thompson
Mr Frank Kinge
Mr John Latham
Mr Nigel Oakley
Mr George Paul

Mr Jonathan Purse
Mr Paul Smith
Mr Chris Spalding
Mr Neil Syrett
Mrs Laura Weston

Miss Sue Wager

Mrs Karen White

Mrs Pauline Hayter

Foal Watch

🌝 Welcome to the World 🌝

 

04/06/17 Nedging Rose

02/06/17 Grane Valley Judith

30/05/17 Chatsworth Princess Beatrice

19/05/17 Grane Valley Davie

18/05/17 Tas Valley Gina

18/05/17 Eyke May

12/05/17 Holbeache Quill

10/05/17 Farnsfield Fay

07/05/17 Newpole Morpheus

07/05/17  Holbeache Quest

04/05/17 Holbeache Quincy

03/5/17 Ballaseyr Mandy

26/04/17 Colony Dorothy

23/04/17   - Ruby

25/04/17 Euston Sir Percival 

21/04/17 Farnsfield Fluke

17/04/17 Euston Sir Galahad

09/04/17  Pickworth Violet

08/04/17   Samford Emerald

04/03/17   Tas Valley Hope's Glory

26/01/17  Bluegum Lady Alice

Please don't forget to notify the SHS Office if you have a Suffolk birth, within a week of the birth, for monitoring of the breed and to receive your Foal Package.

Send a photograph and a few words on how the foal is doing to the SHS Office for sharing here.

IMPORTANT - Horse Passports

Attention all Suffolk horse owners.

Is your Equine Passport up to date? UK Equine Passport legislation changed on 1st January 2016.  You MUST tell us IMMEDIATELY if

  • your horse has died and you have not returned the passport
  • if you have bought a horse and not arranged for the passport to be endorsed into your name

Trading standards can fine owners in possession of incorrect passports.  Click here to see the Legal Responsibility of Owners.

Get in touch

Tel: 01394-380643
Email:  sec@suffolkhorsesociety.org.uk

Latest news

Keep Up To Date Here!

Information on fees for Registrations, Transfers etc can now be found under Horse Business, Fees... 


The First Ever SUFFOLK DAY this June 25th

Our Suffolks' were very popular at the SAA School Farm & Country Fair Day, Thursday 20th April 2017

Video - SAA School Farm & Country Fair Day

Our new Education Pack was also launched at the event & proved of great interest to teachers & teaching staff

More about the Education Pack coming soon!

 


 Affiliated Shows 2017     

Unaffiliated Shows 2017 

 

Sherborne Castle Country Fair & Rare Breeds Show

29th May 2017

Sherborne Castle, Dorset DT9 5NR

http://www.sherbournecountryfair.com


Suffolk Spectacular 2017

Sunday 17th September 2017 at Marks Hall, Coggleshall, Essex CO6 1TG

More details will be in the Summer issue of the Society's magazine and here!


 

 

 

 Click on the image to report a case of 

GRASS SICKNESS  


ROYAL NORFOLK SHOW - PLEASE NOTE 

The dates for this show are Wednesday 28th and Thursday 29th June 2017 this is a correction to the details shown in the spring issue of the Suffolk Horse Society magazine.

Contact Ms Kim Austin, Equine Co-ordinator, Tel: 01603 731963 Email: kim.austin@rnaa.org.uk


  Forms for Turnout Grants now available here!  Turnout Grants

Heritage Lottery Fund - New Grant