with Dartmoor Pony Layla
l-r: Tracey Upton of Leybourne Grange Riding for the Disabled, Roy Barnes,
Chairman of Leybourne Grange, Sarah Riddolls, Marketing Manager of Burgess Supafeeds, Linda Croxford, Show Organiser and pony, Layla.
RIDING school for the disabled, has been given a pony by Burgess
Supafeeds, sponsors of the Supa Dog Agility Week which raised
money to buy the pony.
The Dartmoor pony named Layla is a welcome arrival to Leybourne Grange Riding School in West Malling, Kent and she has the perfect temperament for the work that will be asked of her.
Layla was presented to Roy Barnes of Leybourne Grange at the Hickstead Showground on the final day of the Supa Dog Agility Week. He was also given two rugs by Burgess Marketing Manager Sarah Riddolls to help settle the pony into her new home comfortably.
Said Roy: This is a perfect little pony for the RDA and we are all grateful to all at the Supa Dog show who made this possible. I can assure you that many people of all ages will enjoy Layla and I encourage everyone to come and visit our riding school and see how popular she will be with the riders.
The SupaDog show was hugely successful this year with entrants travelling from all over Britain to take part. Show organiser, Linda Croxford is pleased at how popular the event has become.
Said Linda: It has been a wonderful week and everyone has thoroughly enjoyed themselves. The show goes from strength to strength and the competitors are of a remarkably high standard now.