Thursday, 26 August 2010


A man is celebrating after scooping a £100 worth of vouchers at Somerford Horse Trials.

Iestyn Lewis (30) from Congleton won the tack vouchers, after entering the competition at Crewe Volkswagen’s stand at the annual equestrian event.

The three-day event attracted over 600 competitors and over 2,000 spectators from the region, with significant funds raised for the North West Air Ambulance (NWAA).

Somerford Park’s co-owner, Simon King, said: “The horse trials were a complete success and we have raised a healthy amount of money for the NWAA, which will help keep the helicopter operational.”

Competition winner Iestyn, said: “I can’t believe I’ve won. I’ll be spending the vouchers on some new riding gear and look forward to trying it out.”

Crewe Volkswagen’s brand manager, Ken Potter said: “The horse trials were a great day out and we’re delighted with the huge amount raised for the NWAA.

“As a business it’s important we support local events like the horse trials. Congratulations to Iestyn for winning the vouchers.”

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