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Tickets are on sale NOW for two exclusive course walks around the famous Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials Cross Country course. Raising money for GB’s up coming World Equestrian Games and Olympic and Paralympic bids in Rio, eventing icons will be sharing their insights, expertise and annecdotes during a leisurely stroll around Giuseppe della Chiesa’s 4* course.
The course walks take place on the dressage days of the world famous horse trials, Thursday 8 and Friday 9 May and will be hosted by World Class Performance staff and riders. This is your chance to get the lowdown on the course and chat with some of the most knowledgeable people in the sport of eventing.
THURSDAY 8 MAY
Thursday’s event will be jointly lead by Zara Phillips (London 2012 Olympic Silver Medallist, 2006 World Champion), Richard Waygood (4* eventing rider, international coach, World Class Programme Manager for Dressage, former Riding Master Household Cavalry Mounted Regiment) and Philip Surl (4* eventing rider, Assistant Eventing Performance Manager and Eventing Nations Cup Team Manager).
The course walk sets off at 1.30pm, 8 May 2014. A snip at just £30 per head suggested minimim dontation, your contribution will go straight to support our international equestrian teams, Equestrian Team GBR.
FRIDAY 9 MAY
Friday’s event will be jointly lead by Gary Parsonage (Atlanta 1996 Olympic Eventing Team Member and Chairman of Pony Selectors) and Laura Collett (Eventing Pony, Junior & Young Rider medallist, member of senior 2011 European Eventing Championship team).
The course walk kicks off at 10am, 9 May 2014, £25 per head suggested minimim dontation, your contribution will go straight to support our international equestrian teams, Equestrian Team GBR.
Max 30 people per course walk. Course walk ticket price does not include admission to the event which must be purchased separately from the Badminton ticket office.
- View full details of Equestrian Team GBR and British Equestrian Federation Fund activity at Badminton
All funds raised will go towards supporting equestrian athletes competing for GB on the world stage. Money will be split between Equestrian Team GBR and the British Equestrian Federation Fund.