Success for T Cribb
T Cribb and Sons Carriage Masters rounded off a year of success in driving competitions by winning the British Driving Society Four-Wheel Light Trade category in the national championship held at Addington.
The firm's new vehicle was found in a barn by head coachman, Peter Gibson and lovingly restored over the summer before getting the Cribb livery.
Drawn by two Friesian horses, this latest addition to the T Cribb collection was on only its second outing, following a first at the Orsett Show.
The van was driven by Kevin Hutchinson, pictured receiving the award, with Lee Hands as groom.
The win completed a hat trick of wins for the firm at major shows, following first places in the Four-Wheel Light Trade class at Royal Windsor in May, and the British Driving Society at Smiths Lawn in June.
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