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AGM thank you from Rosemary

Thank you to all the members who attended the Annual General Meeting which was conducted and received in a very business-like manner.  It was great to meet up with other members especially the ones we do not have the opportunity to see very often. The table displays created by the regions and committees were exceptional […]

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Donkeys star in Children in Need TV

BBC Children in Need focus on DBS member donkey club, Snowdonia donkeys , and Ruth Stronge’s wonderful work with young people.  This will be shown as part of Children in Need TV appeal programme on Friday 16th November. Look out for the DBS rosettes on the field shelter!

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October photo of the month from NI’s Carrot Hunt, and a quote

Pamela Henderson and her donkey Dec get this month’s vote for the photo of the month.  They look amazing as they prepare to go carrot hunting!! Have you seen the other fantastic photos from Northern Ireland members on their annual Carrot Hunt?  Look at this link to see what fun they had! In response, this quote […]

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Attention: all Showing and Driving Exhibitors

Has your donkey qualified as a Champion Donkey this year ?(Show Champion under four different judges) Has your donkey been out in public put to a Traditional Vehicle? Has your donkey competed in a driving class with horses/ponies? If so please let Carol Morse know as soon as possible – dbssecretary@donkeybreedsociety.co.uk

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All members are invited to attend the AGM which is being held on 17 November at the Marks Tey Hotel near Colchester. Booking forms were sent out with the summer issue of Bray Talk for those wishing to book for the weekend and/or the Annual Dinner on Saturday night. There are still some vacancies for […]

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Is your donkey Microchipped?

Donkeys whose passports were issued before 1st July 2009 did not have to be microchipped, but legislation has recently passed through UK Parliament which requires that all equines are now identifiable by a microchip inserted in the crest of the neck. If your donkey is one of the many without a transmitting microchip you must […]

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