Lucky Horseshoe Christmas raffle winners announcement

Thanks to everyone who has entered the Lucky Horseshoe Christmas Raffle. Your kindness will help make life better for working animals around the world. If you’re not one of our lucky winners this time round come back and try again in our Spring Raffle 2020.

Without further delay, here are the winners of the 2020 Christmas Raffle.

£3,000 cash prize

  • Mrs Patricia Burton – Coventry

£800 cash prize

  • Mr G Howe – Hitchin

Super Sellers (£200 cash prize)

  • Mrs S Ikin – Walton On Thames
  • Mrs Sheila Seedhouse – Gosport
  • Mrs Susan Andrews – Bournemouth
  • Miss C J Heath – London
  • Mr Duncan James – Edinburgh

Golden Ticket (£200 cash price)

  • Mrs Emma Gibson – Tunbridge Wells

£150 cash prizes

  • Miss Doreen Barefield – London
  • Mr P Davis – Chichester
  • Mrs P Tasker – Huntingdon

£50 cash prizes

  • Mrs Maria Hardy – Par
  • Ms Vicki Wallis – London
  • Mrs Pat Kearns – Bedworth
  • Mrs Jan Houchell – Woodbridge
  • Miss Joan Potter – Canterbury
  • Mr Finlay Macinnes – Brentwood
  • Mrs June Herraghty – Edinburgh
  • Miss S Bowden – Northampton
  • Mrs C Warren – Bangor
  • Ms Lynn Denby – Sutton In Ashfield
  • Mrs Linda Crawford – Nottingham
  • Miss Renée Fisher – Thames Ditton
  • Mrs Chris Holland – Ruislip
  • Mrs Barbara Holden – Newbury
  • Mrs Jayne Dewhurst – Lydney
  • Mrs K Mitchard – Bath
  • Mrs Mary Barlow – Mark Cross
  • Ms Anne Finlayson – Lerwick, Shetland
  • Ms S Perrin – Oswestry
  • Mrs Jenny Walker – Folkestone

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