History

Go to the best and play with us lord of ocean kostenlos. A big bonus for everyone who came! Woolley Horse Show  was started in 1954 by a few local show jumping enthusiasts one of whom was Bob Bielby a local farmer who rode amongst others Mr Softee for the Masserella family.

Are you huge fan of playing games? You won’t be indifferent to the grev dracula slot. It’s obviously the best game. The show was originally held on the last Monday in July to follow on from The Royal Lancashire Show.

The first show was show jumping only followed a few years later to include showing classes.

During the late 1970s due to the pressure of work and falling attendances it was decided to change from Mondays to the last Saturday in July.

The show has now grown to over 50 classes in 4 rings to include the normal horse classes and trade stands.

The Show is run entirely by volunteers and all surplus profits go to local charities.

The Charities which  benefited from our 2011 show were

Yorkshire Air Ambulance      £1000
Wakefield Hospice               £500
Barnsley Hospice                 £500
Forget Me Not Trust             £500
Alzheimer’s Society              £500
Wakefield Samartians           £250
Injured Jockey Club             £250

The Charities which  benefited from our 2010 show were

Yorkshire Air Ambulance                 £1000
Barnsley  Hospice                           £400
Wakefield  Hospice                         £400
RDA Dialwood Carriage Driving       £400
Childerns Heart Foundation Leeds   £400
Badsworth Pony Club                     £300

The Charities which  benefited from our 2009 show were

Yorkshire Air Ambulance     £1000
McMillan Nurses Barnsley    £750
McMillan Nurses Wakefield  £750
Blue Bell Trust                    £500
Pinderfields Ward B            £500