Golden Surprise

Winning horse Golden Surprise with owner Stan Bond in the 1950's

There has always been an interest in horses and racing.

A locally famous pony in the 1920's and 1930's was Nipper, owned by the late Mr. W.J. Cory.

It won hundreds of prizes, particularly in show jumping and polo-bending, including a second prize award in national competitions at the Royal Agricultural Hall, London, when it was ridden by the late Mr. Bert Facey.

Mr. Stanley Bond was well known in the horse world, as owner of the pedigree stallion, Golden Surprise.

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