A black (& white markings) horse, in memory of the London Guard’s horse who was so terribly injured by the IRA bombs (and survived but is now retired)
A lovely horse.
Sold to Mrs Rayner, Glebe Farm, Kings Ripton. Tel: Abbots Ripton 282.
Mrs Rayner was a very lady with a strong personality, she said, “A good horse, I’ll have it. I breed horses, and you’ve made a good job of the shape. I want it for my small grandson to learn on.” She collected the horse in a Land Rover, wearing all leather clothes and riding boots. So Sefton rode away in style!
A quick search for the address found this very interesting lead. Glebe Farm is now a renowned producer of “a unique range of organic flours and wheat, wheat-free and gluten-free bread cake mixes”. And the person in charge is Rebecca Rayner! I’ll be contacting them soon.