Rosemary Shields Obituary, Death – According to the information that the National Park Service (NPS) has obtained on the topic, Mrs. Rosemary Shields, a breeder who had been living in Derbyshire, passed away not too long ago. Mrs. Shields had been a resident of Derbyshire. The National Park Service is disappointed to hear this information.
The National Park Service was successful in acquiring this information after conducting some research on the subject. Prior to moving to the town of Parwich, which is located in the county of Derbyshire, Rosemary was known by the surname Isley Walton. After moving, she changed her name to Rosemary Isley Walton. This surname came from the name of the place where she had lived before moving to Parwich.
Prior to making the move, she had lived in that town. Before this, Rosemary was known by her prior name, which was Isley Walton. But now she goes by her current name, Rosemary. She has been an extremely important contributor over the course of a number of years to the accomplishment of successfully producing a large number of Welsh Section Bs and Part breds.
She is one of the contributors to the overall success of this endeavor. It is impossible to overestimate the significance of her efforts. At The Horse of the Year Show in 2013, Isley Walton Gold finished in third place in the 12hh Hunter Pony class, and Isley Walton Quartz finished in fifth place in the 13hh Show Hunter pony competition. Both of these horses were owned by Isley Walton. The same calendar year saw the completion of each of these achievements. Both divisions were for riders who were out hunting on ponies during that time period.