Barbury International Horse Trials
At Barbury International Horse Trials, the best horses and riders from around the UK will be competing from 5th to 8th July 2018 at the St. James’s Place. The highlights to this event include the JCB Champions Challenge, the Dubarry Burghley Young Event, the Inter-hunt relay and plenty of show jumping action.
Barbury International Horse Trails - JCB Champions' Challenge
Richard Johnson was recently crowned Britain’s champion National Hunt jockey for the third time and will be captain of the Jockey’s team at the annual JCB Champions’ challenge alongside Wayne Hutchingson, Tom Scudamore and Sam Twiston-Davies. The JCB Champions’ Challenge takes place at 1.45pm on Saturday 7th July.
Barbury International Horse Trails sponsors
To attend, the event tickets must be purchased online, costing £135 per person plus V.A.T, children up to 16 are £67.50 and under 5s go free. Official sponsors for the Barbury Horse Trails are Event Rider Masters and St. James’s Place Wealth Management. Barbury Horse Trails allows the opportunity to engage a land and property owning demographic, both urban and rural, for people who live in the country and surrounding areas. With the 4.5 million people who ride regularly in the UK, the sport of eventing registers possibly the highest ABC1 audience demographic rating in mainstream sport and presents an amazing sponsorship opportunity for an equestrian related brand seeking awareness.
Barbury International Horse Trails hospitality
While attending the Barbury Horse Trials event why not put your feet up and enjoy a luxury lunch under the marquee at one of Britain’s premier equestrian events. Hospitality packages at the Barbury International Horse Trials include a 2-course lunch, afternoon tea and complimentary tea and coffee. You are also welcome to visit the Barbury Horse Trials with dogs provided they are kept on a lead and you tidy up after them. If you are looking to visit the Barbury Horse Trials we recommend visiting the official website for more information at www.barburyhorsetrails.co.uk.