Snooker star Judd Trump signs his painted HorseWorld pony
Snooker legend Judd Trump has visited HorseWorld to sign a painted pony he designed for the animal welfare charity’s art project.
Judd Trump sketched his designs and artist Caroline Beek, took his design and recreated it onto the two-feet high pony figure.
The painted pony, named Ace of Baize, took pride of place amongst the 60 exhibits that formed HorseWorld’s Trail of Painted Ponies, based in Cabot Circus shopping centre during the summer.
The locally-based snooker star’s pony design follows his nickname Ace of the Pack.
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HorseWorld Visitor Centre Assistant Kirstie Smith said: “It was terrific to welcome sporting legend Judd Trump to HorseWorld. We’re really grateful for his support.
"With the Painted Ponies set to be sold to members of the public to raise funds for our all-year-round animal welfare work, we’re sure Judd’s signature will add value and make Ace of Baize an even more sought-after collector’s piece when it becomes available for sale.”