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Local Equestrian Centre hopes to return in August

By Rachael Glennie

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The Cabin Equestrian Centre are waiting on the next announcement from the Scottish Government of easing more of the current lockdown before shows can go ahead.

The Cabin Equestrian Centre are hoping shows will be able to go ahead, at the earliest, in August.

All entries will be done through Horse Monkey and times will be posted online 48 hours before each show day.

The Centre are also hopeful BD can run, but need a week to plan entries and times and the BS can run on Tuesday 5 August.

The Centre, along with many otherClubs have written to the Scottish Government to get clearer guidance as to when they are able to begin shows again.

In a statement, the Chair of British Show Jumping for Scotland, Anne Logan said: "I am saddened that there is, as yet, no resumption of any Equestrian competition activity in Scotland, despite the sterling efforts of Horse Scotland to continue dialogue with Sport Scotland and the Scottish Government to highlight the resultant devastating effects on Equestrian business throughout the country."

"However, we are in unprecedented times, and it is our duty to demonstrate that we can deliver our sport in a Covid safe, yet competitive, environment. "

More information on shows will be posted on The Cabin Equestrian Centre Facebook page and their website as soon as permitted.

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