Don’t miss the Best of the West

Date for the diary: Saturday 1st  & Sunday 2nd December 2018, 9.00am until 5.00pm 

Keep checking the website, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram for exciting details on this amazing event.

Celebrating everything equestrian since 1996  

  • Excellent master classes including John Chubb; Tim Cheffings; Indoor driving trials & side saddle in the indoor arena. A fantastic equine event for the West of England – great Christmas atmosphere!
  • Great competitive events – Unaffiliated Quadrille competition; Junior Show Jumping competition; Pony club horse & hound show jumping challenge
  • Over 200 companies in the equestrian shopping village offering choice, quality, competitions to enter with great prizes and brilliant show offers
  • Amazing breed village with a heavy horse area
  • New product discoveries
  • A great social event: come and join the west country’s equine community – meet up with friends and family at this equine extravaganza
  • BETA Equestrian Knowledge Zone

More details will be available soon…

‘For the horse, For the rider and For Christmas!’


There are three competitive events in which you can join:

  • Pony Club horse & hound show jumping competition (sponsored by Stags). The teams have now been selected – four pony club teams on each day
  • Junior show jumping competition (sponsored by Redpost Equestrian). Click to download a form
  • Unaffiliated Quadrille competition. Click to download an entry form

Charity for 2018

The charity this year is 


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