Horse of the Year Show is delighted many sponsors will be returning for a consecutive year, backing the 2020 Horse of the Year Show which takes place from 7th-11th October 2020 at the Resorts World Arena, the NEC Birmingham. Read more
The British Equine Veterinary Association (BEVA) has launched a pilot project to tackle equine obesity. The scheme uses a traffic light colour system of vaccination reminder stickers which vets can place on the front of passports at each vaccination appointment. Read more
Horse of the Year Show is pleased to welcome back the British Show Pony Society as class sponsors in 2020. The British Show Pony Society Children’s Riding Pony of the Year will take place in the TopSpec Arena at HOYS in October.
Longines Global Champions Tour (LGCT) and Global Champions League (GCL) have announced a new partnership with global investment holding company Tennor as the world’s premier show jumping circuit looks to accelerate its future expansion plans on the back of the sport’s growing popularity in recent years.
Research has confirmed that many disabled people would like to be more active with seven in 10 wanting to increase their activity levels.
Participating in sport can increase self-confidence and has many other health benefits, and as well as being fun, achieving goals, however small can be empowering.
One of the highlights of the year for Epsom Riding for the Disabled Association (Epsom RDA) took place on Sunday 17 November when riders from Group came together to celebrate their achievements in front of their families, friends and volunteers at their annual Prize Giving.
In front of their home fans, French team stalwarts Simon Delestre, Kevin Staut and Roger-Yves Bost took first, second and third respectively in the Longines Grand Prix of Paris during the weekend of 7th to 8th December 2019. Read more