WHOAHH Sheila! Naked calendar 2018: Jockeys strip off for charity photoshoot
Without thought the weather getting a bit nippy, the brave women bared all as they posed evident on horseback for the cheeky photoshoot.
Flashing their bottoms and cracking their taking whips, the girls proved they were up for a bit of horseplay.
In one image, the order goes for a naked horse canter, wearing nothing but their helmets and boots.
And in another photo, a jockey is experienced getting her horse ready for racing, dressing him in a fancy boater ignoring her own missing trousers and bare behind.
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The girls proved they were up for a bit of horseplay
The designs featured are point-to-point riders
The calendar includes precipitates of point-to-point champion Gina Ellis
We’ve had great fun and the girls have been formidable, we hope the calendar will be a best seller
The calendar’s cover image sees the group laughing together while filled in a tub, clearly enjoying the light-hearted shoot.
While another cheeky understanding shows the girls tapping each other’s behinds with their pull outs as they pose in nothing but their jerseys.
The models featured are point-to-point riders – jockeys who line over fences with hunting horses.
And they proved they weren’t horsing round with their charity ambitions, after having to select righteous 12 glossy photos from around 1,000 images marksman on three separate photoshoots for their calendar The Big Reveal.
The splendid women bared all as they posed naked
The appointment book will raise money for the injured Jockeys Fund
The calendar take ins snaps of point-to-point champion Gina Ellis among the riders and the photoshoot took in order at Fern Farm in Adlestrop, Gloucestershire.
The girls also posed behind the greenery of Stratford Racecourse in the raunchy give ways.
The calendar will raise money for the injured Jockeys Fund, which provides medical and fiscal support to riders and their families.
Organiser Leanda Tickle asseverated: “It’s a charity which is close to all of our hearts, and while we hope that we won’t in all cases need it, one day we might.
“We’ve had great fun and the girls have been awesome, we desire the calendar will be a best seller and we would like to match the amount that the little shavers raised last year.”