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Skelton Show will be back for 2021
Looking forward to seeing you at next year's show in 2021! Note to all Competitors: Entries will open in May 2021
All competitors must bring their horse passports to the Secretary's tent for inspection when collecting their show numbers - no exceptions please.
At Skelton Show we offer something for everyone in our equestrian section. Our aim is to put on a show for every competitor at every level to enjoy.
To safeguard against the possibility of Equine Flu, it will be necessary for all horses entering the showground to have had their first and second flu vaccination, as well as a vaccination within the last 6 months. Their most recent vaccination must be at least 7 days before the show (on or before Friday 26th June). Passports will be checked at the Secretary's tent upon arrival.
It is important to bring all your own tack, buckets etc to avoid sharing with other horses. Nose-to-nose contact with other horses should be avoided and prevent your horse from grazing at the show.
If your horse is showing any signs of ill-health, do not bring them to the show please.
Please read The Animal Health Trust (AHT) leaflet which is an 'event guide' to help prevent the spread if the virus.
For advice and enquires regarding the equestrian section please contact: Kelly Gale, Equestrian Secretary
T: 017684 80960 | Email
To register please use the link to the online form below. For class numbers please refer to the Horse Entry Schedule (download below)
Proudly promoting all that is good about the countryside for over 130 years
As one of Cumbria's oldest agricultural shows we are committed to promoting the interests of all those involved in agriculture and food production