Afghan Hound Club of Scotland Championship Show, Scottish National Equestrian Centre, Oatridge.
What does SNEC stand for?
SNEC stands for Scottish National Equestrian Centre (Ecclesmachan, Scotland, UK)
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We have 15 other meanings of SNEC in our Acronym Attic
- State of Nevada Employees Association
- Student National Education Association
- Southeastern New England Antique Dealers Association (North Scituate, RI)
- Snarkles.Net Encryption Assortment Kit
- Southern New England Agility Klub (Connecticut)
- Symposium of North Eastern Accelerator Personnel
- Southern New England Association of Rocketry (Springfield, MA)
- Surface Network Embedded Analysis and Tactical Trainer
- Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior (Indianapolis, IN)
- Saxton Nuclear Engineering Corporation
- Secondary Navy Enlisted Classification (code)
- Secrétariat National de l'Enseignement Catholique (French: National Secretariat of Catholic Education; Belgium)
- Singapore National Eye Centre
- Socièté de Nettoyage et d'Entretien du Calaisis (French: Society of Cleaning and Maintenance of Calais; France)
- Southern New England Chapter (various organizations)
- Subgroup on Nuclear Export Coordination
- Syndicat National de l'Education et de la Culture (French: Trade Union of Education and Culture)
- Syndicat National de l'Encadrement du Groupe Carrefour (French: National Union of the Framework of the Carrefour Group)
- Syndicat National de l'Enseignement Chrétien (French: National Union of Christian Education)
- Syndicat National de l'Exploitation Cinématographique (French: National Union of Film Operators)
Samples in periodicals archive:
DURHAM rider Janine Calzini virtually swept the board at the Scottish and Northern Ex-racehorse Club 2009 Annual Championship Show, held at the Scottish National Equestrian Centre near Edinburgh.
Communications and fundraising executive Richard Negus worked locally for the British Racing School, and Barton and Dachel studs, but is back after spending five years in Scotland, where he ran the Scottish Racing Academy and then the Scottish National Equestrian Centre.