Spectators come free at Addington Manor

Thu 14 Nov 2013

Are you looking for something new to try this weekend? Then come and visit Addington Manor, one of Britain’s top equestrian centres and watch some of the country’s top riders showing off their skills - all free of charge.

In the heart of rural Buckinghamshire, spread over 100 acres, Addington Manor will host the Senior British Show Jumping Premier Show, held 13-16 November. On Saturday 16th, all members of the public are welcome to attend, for free, to enjoy the final day of show jumping, with the action beginning at 9:30am. There are also tickets on sale for a two course carvery dinner in the Gallery restaurant overlooking the main indoor arena, please call Addington Manor on 01296 712402 to reserve a table.

In the evening, from around 6:30pm, guests will be able to view the latest section of British Show Jumping’s Winter Grand Prix , which is held at each of the five Senior Show Jumping Premier Shows around the UK, and featuring some of the top horses and riders in the sport. Prize money for first place will be £1200. This eventful evening will also include the British Masters Horse Fours competition to decide who will take part in the World Cup event at Olympia. This promises to be an action packed day all-round.

Over the last two decades, Addington Manor has become recognised as one of Britain’s premier equestrian venues. Thanks to its unrivalled facilities, it was also used as one of the training venues for Equestrian Team GB in the build up to the London 2012 Olympics.

To find out more information on the events taking place at Addington Manor, and what else they have on offer visit www.addingtonmanor.co.uk

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