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Shelford Manor (2)

Running over two days and promising to be as successful as the first, Shelford (2) has attracted almost 600 entries. Featuring a KBIS Open Novice U18 qualifier and a Mitsubishi BE100 Regional Final on Wednesday and the KBIS 4YR OLD Osberton Qualifier on Thursday it’s no surprise that entries are so high. The Open Novice (Wed) and 4YO (Thurs) class waitlists are still open. 4* riders Piggy French, Alex Postolowsky and...

Prestwold Hall

Prestwold Hall near Loughborough, Leicester once again hosts 7 classes over the August Bank Holiday (24th & 25th). Running over similar tracks to last year with the odd kind tweak the BE90, BE100 & Novice classes will combine Prestwold’s parkland with tracks through the woodland. Entries are already filling up so don’t leave it too late to get yours...

Osberton Expert’s Eye

Proving immensely popular at this year’s Belton Horse Trials, the Expert’s Eye experience offers eventing fans the chance to learn from the best. Special guests – to be announced soon so keep an eye on the website – will offer tips and advice on breeding & producing top class young event horses. Ticket prices include a talk followed by an opportunity to ask questions in the morning and a course walk with a leading rider...

Osberton Show Case Facility

Bede Events are delighted to announce that this year we will be providing facilities for owners to show case their young horses for sale.  With many of the top young horses in the country travelling to Osberton for the Championships, it makes sense to offer facilities for prospective buyers to see them all, both competing and non-competing, for sale in one place. We will provide an area with show jumps and cross country...

Entertainment at Osberton

Becoming increasingly famous for its hospitality offering, Osberton will once again have the Real Ale and Cider festival running alongside the Equestrian event and the super popular Bistro will again be operational, offering owners and riders a fabulous place to dine on both Friday and Saturday evenings. With over 1500 people staying on-site the atmosphere at Osberton is one not to be missed! For more information about what...

Osberton Hospitality

Becoming increasingly famous for its hospitality offering, Osberton will once again have the Real Ale and Cider festival running alongside the Equestrian event and the super popular Bistro will again be operational, offering owners and riders a fabulous place to dine on both Friday and Saturday evenings. With over 1500 people staying on-site the atmosphere at Osberton is one not to be missed! For more information about what...

Osberton – New Format for 7 Year Old Champio...

This year the Seven year old Championship at the KBIS British Eventing Young Horse Championships will be run as a CIC instead of a CCI.  British Eventing and the organisers have taken the decision to change the format of the seven year old classes to bring them in line with all other young horse championships at both Blenheim and Osberton. The new format will hopefully make the qualification process easier and enable a...

Hopetoun Horse Trials – Cross Country Walks

Hopetoun Horse Trials cross country course walks! BE coach Sue Hendry will be conducting u18 course walks throughout the weekend; BE100u18 Saturday at 6pm and Sunday at 8am & ONu18 Saturday at 7pm. Please get in touch with Sue on 07725401921 if you’d like to join her.   Along with BE coach Trisha Harvey, Sue is one of our BE(T) coaches for the weekend. Sue will be taking a cross country course walk at 7pm on Friday...

Hopetoun has started

and the non-British Eventing results are available on the Hopetoun Competitors page. First results in are for the Burghley Young Event Horse – congratulations go to Abigail Walters on Rainstown Cruise and Catherine Cousar on Supernova for winning their classes. Showjumping results just in – well done to Lucy Guild who won both the Speed Trial and the Grand Prix on Hugana Van’T Heike and Titi D’Oase...

Graham Bannister

GRAHAM BANNISTER It is with much sadness we announce the death of Graham Bannister, peacefully on April 16th at Lincoln County Hospital, after long illness.  Our thoughts and prayers are with Joy and his family at this difficult time. The funeral will take place on Friday 2nd May at All Saints Church, Laughton, DN21 3PP at 11am.  The family have requested all who attend to wear bright casual clothing as this is to be a...