Event organiser David Nicholson said: "We have been overwhelmed by the sheer volume of entries in all sections, including the Dubarry Burghley Young Event Horse and British Showjumping classes.
What does BYEH stand for?
BYEH stands for Burghley Young Event Horse (competition)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
There are also hunter classes, event breeding and young stock classes and the Burghley young event horse competition.
Both were impressed by the overall standard with the winner, Early Rising, having won the Burghley Young Event Horse class as a five-year-old.
The Champion Connemara at Dublin in 2005 is in foal to Laughris while King of the Hill out of a Dallas mare in 2004 qualified for Burghley Young Event Horse and won his first event.
I'm well pleased with him ( for instance he's just qualified for Burghley Young Event Horse at Bramham last week and came second at Floors Castle and eighth at Hexham Horse Trials.
Also available is King of the Hill, from a Dallas mare in 2004 who qualified for Burghley Young Event Horse and won his first event.
The annual show, on July 30 and 31, has a wealth of exciting attractions including in-hand and ridden mountain and moorland, working hunter ponies, coloured horses, pony club jumping, show jumping and the Burghley young event horse qualifier.
This horse has already been a twice Burghley Young Event Horse finalist, 8th four-year-old class 2001 and 11th five-year-old class 2002.