Eastern Alpaca Group Halter Show

Date: 20th October 2018

Location: Beechwood Equestrian Centre, The Wheatsheaf Centre, Main Road, Rettendon Common, Chelmsford, Essex, CM3 8DY

Judges: Nick Harrington-Smith

Organiser: Harley Laver, email: Harley@churchfieldalpacas.co.uk or phone/text 07934 463342

Entries Close: 30 September 2018

Entries Cost: EAG members £26 per entry; non-members £30

Apprentice: Gary Sanders

We are incredibly excited to announce that the EAG will be hosting its inaugural halter show. This is the first halter show for the group and the first alpaca show to be held in Essex. The EAG Shows Committee has spent months researching and deliberating over venues to ensure we bring you the very best we can from the very best venue. After several viewings and much discussion with the owners, the dates are now booked!

The show will be a Colour Championship. We are aiming to fill 280 entries for a two-day event. 

Fan electric: £35 per hook up which allows 3 fans.

There is a compulsory Pen Clean Up charge of £10, this saves you having to clean out your pen after the show finishes. However if the pen is cleaned before you leave, you will be refunded.

Entries can be made through Manage Your Herd..

Payments should be made direct to Eastern Alpaca Group by BACS bank transfer-
Sort code 20-92-08 
Account number 23665232 
Please use herd prefix as a reference and email Pauline Sandell at easternalpacagroup@gmail.com to confirm payment.

There are many sponsorship opportunities available, full details are on the Eastern Alpaca Group website under sponsorship.

Keep an eye on the Eastern Alpaca Group’s website and Facebook page for further details and updates. 

Show Organiser: Harley Laver, email: Harley@churchfieldalpacas.co.uk or phone/text 07934 463342.

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