2018 – 2019 Robert Killen Chairman’s Award
In 2018 Equestrian Art International (EAI) became sponsor of this award. EAI Owner John Thorley joined us to spring a surprise on our winner Luke Harvey, and presented him with a sensational oil painting commissioned from leading equestrian artist Vineta Sayer.
Explaining his reasons for choosing Luke, Robert said “Luke is a thoroughly good bloke who supports the PPORA, can always be relied upon to help out and never misses a chance to promote Point to Pointing to a wider audience” – Luke for once was lost for words!
You can read more about why John decided to support this award and the PPORA by clicking here , and more about the 2018 award here 2018 PPORA Chairman’s Award Winner – the one and only Luke Harvey!
2018 – 2019 Chairman’s Award
This season’s award will be presented at the PPORA’s Grassroots Awards Lunch. The remit for choosing a winner of the award is intentionally broad, it is intended to recognise current contributions that promote the visibility or future of our sport, and is open to the whole of the grassroots pointing community including not just owners and riders, but also officials, raceday helpers, administrators, keepers. Everyone who contributes to the success of our sport. These wide eligibility criteria are a reflection of the PPORA’s commitment to support, strengthen and represent the whole of Pointing’s Grassroots Community– you can read more about this here
All PPORA Members are invited to submit nominations for this award.To submit a nomination please email your nomination to email@example.comYour nomination should include:
- “Chairman’s Award Nomination” in the subject field
- Your Name and PPORA Membership Number (of known)
- The name of the person you wish to nominate and the area in which they are based (if known)
- A summary (no more of 250 words) explaining their contributions to Point to Pointing and why you believe they would be a worthy winner of the award
The deadline for 2018 – 2019 nominations is 5pm on Friday 19th April 2019
The final decision on the winner of the award will be made by the Chairman, Robert Killen.