Find major equestrian events across the UK - all disciplines from eventing, dressage and showjumping, to polo, carriage driving and more.
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Farm Business Innovation Show returns to Birmingham’s NEC on the 10th & 11th November 2021. Bringing together top industry experts, leading suppliers, interactive workshops, live debates and seminars focused on providing inspiration, advice & resources rural entrepreneurs need to put their businesses on the map in some of the most vibrant and competitive sectors in British business. Visitors will find top experts, dedicated speakers, and world-class exhibitors available for a face to face chat at the show. Farm Business Innovation is completely free to attend, please register for your free tickets via the website.
Don’t miss the ultimate equestrian experience! Celebrating everything equestrian since 1996 – the Westcountry Equine Fair has an amazing combination of master classes by top equestrian stars, advice, educational displays and excellent shopping opportunities. A wide selection of equestrian products offering choice and quality from over 200 companies. Visit our website to grab an EARLY BIRD ticket discount For the horse, For the rider and For Christmas.
Horse of the Year Show (HOYS) which is the biggest week of the year for equestrian entertainment. The show takes place this year from 2nd – 6th October 2019 at The NEC Birmingham Resorts World Arena and tickets are on sale now so don’t miss out. Whether you are horse-mad, want to shop ’til you drop, or just want to enjoy a spectacular display of entertainment, ‘HOYS’ has something for everyone.
Horse of the Year Show really is the ultimate celebration of the horse; every showing and national showjumping class has to be qualified for throughout the year, so you are guaranteed to be seeing the best of the best compete for the overall champion’s title. Every performance includes an element of competition along with a variety of displays from around the world and the adrenaline-filled Pony Club Mounted Games, where teams will be competing in heats each day for their chance to win the highly-esteemed Prince Philip Cup on Sunday afternoon!
Hartpury Arena plays host to more than 60 competitions throughout the year from unaffiliated shows to national finals and FEI competitions. It is also a popular venue for training camps, conferences and forums due to the fantastic facilities on offer all within one centre. Our 2020 Schedule will be released over the coming months where we will give you all the information you need to enter competitions, become a sponsor, book a tradestand or come along as a spectator to our first class events throughout the year!
The All England Jumping Course, Hickstead, was the dream and brain child of one man - Douglas Bunn. Now run by his family, the showground remains one of the premier equestrian venues in the world. Almost every great show jumper, horse and rider, has competed at Hickstead since we first opened our doors in 1960. In 2010, The All England Jumping Course is now approaching its 60th anniversary as the home of international showjumping in Great Britain. Showing classes at Hickstead almost now out number showjumping, with competitors travelling far and wide to compete at the world famous venue.
Taking place for its fifth consecutive year, the British Showjumping National Championships (BSNC) and Stoneleigh Horse Show (SHS) returns to NAEC Stoneleigh at Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire. The now well-established show boasts top showjumping championships and HOYS showing qualifiers running from 6th – 11th August 2019. A wide range of National Showjumping Finals will be up for grabs over the six days, including the Retraining of Racehorses (ROR) Championship and the Bronze and Silver Leagues as well as the Stepping Stones Championship and the coveted HOYS International Wildcard Series. Showing will also be taking over Stoneleigh Park, with the Stoneleigh Horse Show beginning on Friday 9th August. Running through to Sunday evening. With 58 HOYS qualifying places on offer, the show offers a wide variety of classes from mountain and moorlands to working hunters and miniatures.