The ever-popular Middleham Stables Open Day attracted more than 7,500 people on Good Friday this year. Twelve of the successful training yards of Middleham were thrown open to racing enthusiasts and well in excess of £16,000 was raised for local charities.
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All proceeds in aid of local charities -
Registered Charity No 1071636 in association with
Middleham Trainers Association

The ever-popular Middleham Stables Open Day, which attracted 7,500 people on Good Friday this year, has raised a record £19,000 for North Yorkshire and horse-racing charities.

Jack Berry MBE, the legendary Yorkshire trainer, handed over cheques to the local charities and organisations at the Middleham Key Centre.

The beneficiaries included: The Middleham Key Centre itself, Racing Welfare, Great North Air Ambulance, Middleham Sports Association, Middleham Over 60s Luncheon Club, Children Today, Middleham Community Fund, Middleham Primary School, Friends of North Country Theatre, St Alkelda’s Church, Middleham, Wensleydale High School PTA and Leyburn Town Band.

This year there were a series of very successful afternoon events, including a Question and Answer session with leading trainers Mark Johnston and Ferdy Murphy, a mini marathon and a display of retired racehorses.

We also have a special offer on trendy new riding gear for the cold months ahead, including riding hats silks and covers, and beautiful fur gilets.  

Cheque Presentation 2011
Middleham Stables Open Day 2011

Souvenir Programmes still available for just £2 
Please send cheque made payable to "Middleham Stables Open Day" to
Bowland Fell Park : Static Caravans
Tel:  01969 625591  Email:

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