Breeders Awards Dinner

The glittering occasion for British Breeders!

The British Breeding Breeders' Awards Dinner is organised by the Registered Charity The British Horse Foundation and are held every January at a five star London venue, which sees over 300 guests in attendance. Awards recognise the contribution of British breeders and Brirish bred horses and ponies to the development of equestrian sport.

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2018

The next awards will be on Saturday 13 January (provisional)

2017

This year's event was on 14 January 2017

Location, evening programme, menu and times here

Evening awards souvenir programme here

Media release here

Full list of Futurity winners here

Photos available email

Information and Award Nominations:

Haddon Training British Grooms awards nominations now closed til next year

Horse & Hound Outstanding Mare Award media release here . Nominations closed til next year

Meritoire Lifetime Contribution Award media release here . Nominations closed til next year

Previous years information and results here

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