RACING royalty Jenny Pitman is set to judge at this year’s Equifest.
Held on August 17 to 21 at the East of England Showground, Peterborough this phenomenal event promises to deliver five amazing, action packed days.
A former British racehorse trainer and author, Jenny became the first woman to train a Grand National winner, when Corbiere won the race in 1983. She went on to win a second Grand National with Royal Athlete in 1995.
Jenny will be making the difficult decision to find the winner when judging the RSPCA rescue classes and Re-trained racehorses classes.
Said Betsy Branyan of Equifest: “We are delighted to welcome Jenny Pitman to Equifest, she is a true legend in the racing world and a lady who really knows what she is looking for.”
Equifest features the most extensive range of showing classes to suit every type of horse, pony and rider, from heavy horse classes, to re-trained racehorses, coloured classes to miniatures, and unaffiliated showjumping, variety is certainly the key when it comes to this equestrian summer party.
For further information contact (01733) 363500 or visit www.equifest.org.uk