Planning continues for this year’s Moreton Show and Sarah Taylor has become the new Showground and Trade Stand Secretary.Sarah has been Show Secretary since 2015 and is switching roles to steer Moreton Show through the post Covid-19 landscape.Sarah and her family run the popular and successful Swalcliffe Park Equestrian at their family farm near Banbury - home of horse trials, schooling and clinics.Sarah said: ‘I’m really looking forward to my new job at Moreton Show. I enjoy the logistical side of running events which I've been involved with for many years. In these post pandemic, challengi..
We're fortunate to have a great team of people at Moreton Show who work hard to make our show a success. In our latest series 'Moreton Show People' - we meet our fun-loving and enthusiastic Horse Committee chairman,Trevor Clarke. Tell us about your first horse or pony?He was a Dale’s pony called Simon. He and I spent most of the summer holidays riding out from home, high up on the North York Moors. Usually, I rode without a saddle and thankfully, he had a brilliantly long mane which helped keep the midges off.Why do you love horses and the equestrian life?Horse ..
We send our sincere condolences to Her Majesty the Queen and the Royal Family on the death of HRH The Duke of Edinburgh. He served our country with great distinction...
Moreton Show, the highlight of the Cotswolds farming and social calendar, is planning to be back this year.Tom Hayman-Joyce, Moreton Show chairman, says that work is going ahead for the 2021 event following last year’s cancellation because of the COVID crisis.The commitment comes with the unanimous backing of the council of the Moreton-in-Marsh and District Agricultural and Horse Show Society, the charity established to promote the improvement in the breeding and rearing of livestock, hunters and heavy horses and improving the standards of farming and farm craft in the local area.There was no ..