cleveland bay horse society
Cleveland Bay Horse Society Protecting and promoting the Cleveland Bay: a British horse with a history and a future As its name suggests, the Cleveland Bay emanates from the Cleveland area of North East England.
The Cleveland Bay Horse Society of North America is happy to have the “Oh Canada” Award for the 2019 competition year. Sponsored by the Richmond family of Hundred Acre Wood Boarding and Riding in Jefferson, Maine.
A short format of 2018 Cleveland Bay Horse Society of North America Performance Awards winners is now on the CBHSNA website. A full report will be in an upcoming Bay Watch newsletter. Winners please send your stories and photos to the editor at [email protected] Congratulations to all …
The British Cleveland Bay Horse Society also maintains a separate registry for part-bred horses. In the late 20th century, the breed again gained the attention of the United States public, and in 1985 the US association was reactivated, renamed the Cleveland Bay Society of North America.
Country of origin: England
Cleveland Bay Horse Society 25 December at 09:08 · Hallhouse Galdimere with Lauren Allen our 4 year old young pure breed CB stallion rare breed champion of the year 2017 and 2018 on the Fancy Dress ride this morning.
The Cleveland Bay Horse Society of North America was founded in 1885 and by 1907 had registered 2000 stallions and mares. Imported as superb coach horses, interest in the breed waned as the world became more mechanized but was briefly revived in the 1930’s when Alexander Mackay-Smith imported founding stock for hunters.
The Cleveland Bay Horse Society (founded 1884), based at York Livestock Centre is responsible for the registration, licensing and promotion of the Cleveland Bay horse and welcomes new members and breeders. Activities are held throughout the country and classes for pure and part bred Cleveland Bays are included at many shows.
The Cleveland Bay Horse Society of North America was founded in 1885, with 2000 stallions and mares registered by 1907. Imported as superb coach horses, the breed interest waned during mechanization, but was briefly revived in the 1930’s when Alexander Mackay-Smith imported founding stock for hunters.
To establish and maintain registers of horses and owners. To support breeders of Cleveland Bay horses and to encourage and facilitate communication amongst members. To establish and maintain communication with like minded Cleveland Bay Horse Societies throughout the world and to further the interests of the CBHSA.
YC – Yorkshire Coach Horse – for all known 3/4 Cleveland Bay, 1/4 TB horses listed in our registry – please note that some of the AUS and NZ listed horses may also be 3/4 Cleveland Bay – but we may not have the exact percentage of CB blood on file, or they may not be 1/4 TB – it could be something else.