The Mark Davies Injured Riders Fund Charity Auction

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We are celebrating 10 years here at Calmsden Horse Trials  and we've joined up with many of our loyal partners to bring you this on line auction to raise funds for this deserving charity.  Close.
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A lesson at The Talland School of Equitation
£ 35
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Four Tickets for Barbury Horse Trials
£ 150
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Portable Cross country fence
£ 70
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A Morning on the gallops for 2 people
£ 130
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A set of 3 poles plus filler
£ 30
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Embroidered Le Mieux white saddle cloth
£ 80
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Beautiful Portrait
£ 200
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A Morning with Art for 2 people
£ 10
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Grays Louise Tan Leather Buckle Bracelet
£ 45
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A selection of useful equine products
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