Cambridgeshire’s Retrained Racehorse Don’t Call Me Tiny Gets £500 National Recognition Award

Retraining of Racehorses (RoR) and British Showjumping are pleased to announce that Don’t Call Me Tiny, an 5 year-old bay mare owned and ridden by 22 year-old Elizabeth Bushe from Ely, Cambridgeshire has been given a £500 National Recognition Award. Beatty finished sixth overall after a period of twelve competitive months.

The British Showjumping RoR/SEIB National Recognition Awards provide a focus for ex-racehorses that have started Showjumping with the national governing body. There are a total of six cash awards that are given to the highest graded horses. A £2,500 award is given to the winning combination with the five additional winners each receiving £500 each. To ensure as many retrained horses are given the opportunity of being recognised and encouraged to compete within a new discipline, previous title holders are not eligible for future consideration.