Cleveland Bay


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Cleveland Bay

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(Veterinary Science) one of the oldest British breeds of clean-legged, light draught farm and carriage horse, originating from Yorkshire
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Around 120 people packed out the Cleveland Bay pub in Redcar to discuss the problem of rising crime in the area.
Monday will see the fleet spread out as they contest their races on Cleveland Bay.
As the oldest established English horse breed, the Cleveland Bay is a breed of dignity, strength and performance.
The 10-year-old, from Low Fell, Gateshead, won a competition to name the Dales Cleveland Bay foal while on a school trip to Beamish Museum.
Philip, a Falabella horse, was born three weeks ago and has already been out and about meeting his neigh-bours, including Tally, the second largest Cleveland Bay horse in Britain who stands at a whopping 19 hands high.
All the native breeds of horse and pony will be represented, many such as the Cleveland Bay and Exmoor are endangered.
The details of the crimes come a day after Russell Clark, landlord of The Cleveland Bay, in Redcar, called a public meeting to try to eliminate crime in the area within the confines of the law.
As well as Shires and Shire crosses, the event featured a Clydesdale and a Cleveland Bay, now classed as a rare breed.
But Tally the Cleveland Bay horse is only used to one passenger at a time.
Pembridge Jamilia, a fourweek-old bay filly, is the result of covering a Cleveland Bay mare with a stallion of the rare Akhal-Teke breed from Central Asia.
Russell Clark, of the Cleveland Bay in Redcar, said people are fed up of rising crime in Redcar East.

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