Sally Loch retires after 50 years in the sport.

Sunday 17 January 2021

Sally Loch retires after 50 years in the sport.

British Showjumping would like to extend their thanks and best wishes to Honorary Life Member and official Sally Loch on her retirement.

Sally has been an incredible longstanding member of the sport for more than fifty years.  Initially running a show at RAF Cosford, Sally then moved on to become a popular course designer in the region before becoming an official. 

In 2009 Sally was awarded an Honorary Life Membership in acknowledgment of her tremendous work within the region. Iain Graham, Chief Executive for British Showjumping commented “Sally has been an incredible supporter for British Showjumping across her various roles in the sport. On behalf of both the British Showjumping Board and myself I would like to say how much we have appreciated everything she has done for us and to wish her all the very best for her retirement."

 

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