Lockdown Fundraiser in Aid of Hannah's Willberry Wonder Pony Charity

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Hello, and welcome to the auction site of the fundraiser! 

I am hugely excited to share with you all the donations that a number of people have kindly contributed. The huge level of generosity and the amazing response I have received in organising this fundraiser is a complete  testament to Hannah and just goes to show that she is still an inspiration to so many. To be quite frank, I was initially planning on organising a low-key quiz, but after receiving so many offers of help from so many people, I realised it was time to kick it up a notch and organise a quiz, raffle and auction. After all, Hannah always said to 'Dream big, fight hard and never give up'.

For those who don't know Hannah's story or the charity, I would really encourage you to read Hannah's blogs on the charity website as I really don't feel I could do her's or the charity's story justice. https://www.willberrywonderpony.org/  

In short, I met Hannah in Pony Club. She was a hugely talented rider (always far better than me!) and was very dedicated in achieving her goals with her horses. In fact, I remember her being keen to take on any job such as mowing people's lawns to fund her ambitions. After a fall from a project pony she was producing, Hannah was in huge amounts of pain but, in true Hannah style, she still managed to event two horses at Moreton shortly after. However, what Hannah didn't know at the time was that the pain she was suffering from wasn't from a slipped disc due to her fall, but osteosarcoma, a rare and highly aggressive form of bone cancer.

The months that followed saw Hannah going through hugely gruelling cancer treatment, but she filled the time between this, ticking things off her bucket list, meeting many professional riders and fulfilling her dreams. She even managed to event her horse Mavis and represent Great Britain at Tattersalls in Ireland doing the guinea pig test. Hannah always said it was these times that motivated her to get through her treatment and she always wanted to give this opportunity to others. Notably in this time she managed to set up her charity, Hannah's Willberry Wonder Pony, which has now successfully granted numerous horse-related wishes to seriously ill people and their families and iss funding a number of projects to help develop more treatment options for osteosarcoma. Hannah was always adamant that osteosarcoma patients should no longer have to go through the archaic treatment that she had to, with no real developments in the last 30 years (this fact is particularly horrific considering that most osteosarcoma suffers are children).

So please, if you can, give as generously as possible. I am aware that this is a hugely difficult time for many, but I can assure you that any donations will make a huge difference to a large number of people.  I also hope that this fundraiser will provide a much welcome distraction from the current lockdown!

If you would like any more information, please contact me on either my Facebook page 'Lockdown Fundraiser in aid of Hannah's Willberry Wonder Pony Charity' or instagram account @lockdownfundraiserforwillberry. 

Without further ado, please enjoy having a good browse of all the amazing donations on offer and be sure to get your bids in before the auction ends at 9pm on 21/02/21.

Georgia
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Lot 1
£ 210
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A Lesson with Caroline Moore FBHS
Lot 2
£ 450
63
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One Year's Arena Hire
Lot 4
£ 360
48
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A Year's Sponsorship with LH Rehab
Lot 5
£ 330
34
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5 Lesson Package with Tom Grant Eventing
Lot 24
£ 120
13
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Bum Building Bands
Lot 9
£ 75
10
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Session for four Children at Happy Hooves Ponies
Lot 15
£ 160
13
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Meet Laura Collett's Horses and Watch one of them Being Worked
Lot 7
£ 85
11
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Lesson with Dani Evans Eventing
Lot 3
£ 277
22
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Photoshoot with Georgina Preston
Lot 13
£ 65
7
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Treatment by Tiggy Townsend, McTimoney Animal Chiropractor
Lot 20
£ 45
3
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Mears 36" Tweed Jacket
Lot 23
£ 250
15
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Chilled Semen from Sir Mayfly, an Exciting Eventing Stallion
Lot 12
£ 75
9
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A Lesson with Brigid Grant
Lot 17
£ 85
9
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Three Sessions for one Horse with Sinead Anglin, an Equine Physiotherapist
Lot 8
£ 280
34
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Six Sessions at South West Equine Water Treadmill
Lot 14
£ 85
9
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A Day Behind the Scenes at an Event Supporting Tom Grant Eventing
Lot 16
£ 100
12
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A Lesson with Charlie Lane
Lot 11
£ 370
12
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Hit-Air Vest
Lot 10
£ 200
17
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A Day's Work From a Local Young Farmer
Lot 22
£ 18
2
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Signed Horse of the Year Show 2019 Poster and Rosette
Lot 6
£ 90
3
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60 Minute Mindset Session with Evergreen Coaching
Lot 21
£ 35
3
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Signed Copy of Horse of the Year Show Under the Spotlight Book
Lot 19
£ 70
5
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A Day with one of The Groom’s Networks International Grooms
Lot 25
£ 115
9
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Rider Eye Hatcam and Hi Viz Hatcam Hatband
Lot 18
£ 200
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A Lesson with Christopher Bartle FBHS, at his Yorkshire Base
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