Lincolnshire Wolds Riding for Disabled to host dog show in Louth

The Lincolnshire Wolds Riding for Disabled Association, who recently had a visit from Princess Anne and Caroline Quentin are raising funds to buy a new mechanical horse.
The Lincolnshire Wolds Riding for Disabled Association, who recently had a visit from Princess Anne and Caroline Quentin are raising funds to buy a new mechanical horse.

The Lincolnshire Wolds Riding Association are hosting a companion show at the Lincolnshire Rural Activities Centre in Louth.

The dog show will be taking place this Saturday (May 27), from 12noon on the day.

The event will enable the RDA to raise much needed funds to help them purchase a fully interactive riding simulator that has an interactive element of a screen for those who have sensory issues.

There will be a tombola and games onthe day as well as a have ago agility, various stalls, cakes and refreshments.

There are a number of dog classes to take part in including a puppy pedigree class and open to all novelty classes. Entry is just £2 per class. Everyone is welcome to attend. For more info, please email: lincolnshirewoldsrda@gmail.com.