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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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Pipe was also in charge of the Cubs - initially called the Cleveland Bays - when they raced regularly in the Conference League, between 2006 and 2008.
Cleveland Bays are always bay with no white markings except an occasional small star.
All aspects exceeded my expectations and I was particularly pleased to see thoroughbreds and Cleveland bays well represented.
Shetland ponies Monty and Spangles met brewery Scottish & Newcastle's Cleveland bays Dalesman and Duke.
The 21-year-old has ridden for Middles brough based Cleveland Bays and has tracked four times for Glasgow Tigers and Edinburgh Monarchs.
WHAT: Wateraid's Big National Ceilidh with The Cleveland Bays Folk Band at Redcar Bowl raised more than pounds 250 for Wateraid Pictures by Jelly Beans Photo WHO: Skelton young people took part in a Turning the Corner scheme to make seating and eye-catching mosaics to enhance the exterior of local organisations.
Nine turnouts from Section As to 17 hand Cleveland Bays from the Royal Mews took part in the 10 mile drive hosted by Anders and Adrianne Leijerstam of The Farm, Llanbethery.
Teenager Greg Blair was named Cleveland Bays Rider of the Year, while David Wallinger picked up the Bays' Most Improved Rider trophy.
30am: Cleveland Bays - Classes 7-10 Agricultural Horses - Classes 1-6 Pony Breeding - Classes 12-15 Pony Riding - Classes 16-19 Coloured Horses - Classes 20-23
RISING star David Wallinger broke his wrist in seven places as Cleveland Bays were held to a 45-45 Conference League draw by Sittingbourne at South Tees Motorsports Park.
Drafted into the Cleveland Bays Conference side earlier this summer, he soon found his feet.
I've got a smile on my face again," said the Redcar Bears and Cleveland Bays rider afterwards.

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