Where to See a Suffolk Punch Horse
There are a growing number places around the country where you can visit a Suffolk Punch Horse.
We will update this listing as we are notified of further places to visit.
Please check with the venue websites for opening hours & fees before you visit, and to ensure the Suffolks are available to see at the time you are intending to visit.
The Shire Horse Centre & Carriage Museum
Dorset Heavy Horse Farm Park
Cotswold Farm Park
Northcote Heavy Horse Centre
Church Farm – Rare Breeds
Earsham Wetland Centre
Gressenhall Farm & Workhouse
Hillside Animal Sanctuary
Redwings Horse Sanctuary
Caldecott, Great Yarmouth
Easton Farm Park
Suffolk Punch Trust
The Working Horse Trust
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WHERE TO SEE A SUFFOLK
You may have already seen our postcard, advertising places that you can visit in order to see a Suffolk. We have now also listed these places under 'Links To Other Sites', and will update this listing as we are notified of more places where Suffolks can be seen.
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Our Stallion A-Z Listing now includes a 5 generation pedigree for each listed stallion. Click on the tree symbol shown on the individual stallion's detail
Horserace Betting Levy Board Publishes Codes of Practice for 2018
The Codes are an essential guide for the prevention and control of equine diseases threatening equine breeding.
The SHS recommends that all Suffolk owners/breeders familiarise themselves with the new code - see our website main panel, in order to read the HBLB's full press release and provided links.
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Attention all Suffolk horse owners.
Is your Equine Passport up to date? It is a UK LEGAL requirement to 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.