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Win Tickets to the Utterly Horses Hullabaloo Model Horse Festival

Posted on Wednesday, July 31, 2013 by Heather Dodd

The Utterly Horses Hullabaloo is a 3 day model horse festival held on the 30th August – 1st September 2013 at the National Stud in Newmarket, Suffolk. This unique event features workshops, talks and demonstrations all relating to the world of horses and their model sized counterparts; from painting models to making miniature scale tack, sculpting new models to taking part in highly popular model horse shows in which models can win prizes and coveted trophies. It is an event for horse lovers of all ages and attracts visitors from around the globe

Held by model horse specialist, Utterly Horses, the event sees the largest gathering of model horses in one place with over 3,000 models being available in the on site model horse shop alone! Whilst the event is focused around model horses, this year it also features a related equine demonstration by Amy Mottram of Horse Anatomy. Using a real horse, Amy will be giving a demonstration about a horse’s skeletal and muscle structure in a fun and informative way using paint applied to a real horse – a must for model horse sculptors and horse owners alike. There will also be workshops on how to draw horses and how to paint model horses.

The Utterly Horses Hullabaloo takes place at The National Stud, Newmarket, Suffolk, CB8 0XE on 30th, 31st August and 1st September 2013. For ticket Information visit or call 01376 329274.

Central Horse News has two pairs of tickets up for grabs. To be in with a chance of winning a pair, email your details and preferred day to attend to [email protected], adding Utterley Horses Tickets in the subject line of your message.  Closing date for entries is 15th August 2013.

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