Shire Horse Show
The Shire Horse Show is the largest Shire horse event globally, attracting enthusiasts to travel from all across Europe for the opportunity to show their Pedigree Shire horses at this prestigious event and spectators from all over the world.
This fantastic family indoor event will see the Pedigree Shire horses put through their paces in the competition spread over three days. The Shire Horse Show offers the opportunity to find out more about this traditional working breed of horse in all it’s glory and to support the work of the Shire Horse Society.
There will be numerous trophies handed out over the weekend event including the prestigious King George V cup which will be awarded to the most impressive stallion on Saturday.
The family orientated indoor event will include:
- Ridden Shire Horse Classes
- Agricultural Classes
- A plethora of trade stands
- 250 entries for the National Championships making it the largest Shire horse gathering in the world!
- Grand Parade on both the Saturday and Sunday of the Shire Horse Show
The Shire Horse Show starts on Friday at 8.30 am (Saturday and Sunday at 8.00 am) and closes at approximately 5.00 pm (Friday); 5.15 pm (Saturday) and 4.30 pm (Sunday) with the Grand Parade (Saturday and Sunday only).
The 2018 ring timetable is available to download here.
Discounted advance Shire Horse Show tickets can be found by clicking here.
Free admission to Shire Horse Society members on presentation of their membership badge (2018 cardboard badge).
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