Action-packed line-up for premier equestrian event
Come along to this year’s Westcountry Equine Fair and see the great dressage rider and trainer Beverley Brightman (sponsored by HorseHage) provide dressage masterclasses, helping take riders to the next level in this elegant discipline.
The event promises to be an action-packed two days with a fabulous line-up of equestrian stars featuring in the indoor arena and incredible shopping opportunities ‘for the horse, for the rider and for Christmas’. It will provide horse enthusiasts of all ages, levels and disciplines with a full schedule of exciting entertainment over the two days and will take place at Westpoint in Exeter on Saturday 2nd & Sunday 3rd December 2017.
Beverley Brightman, international Grand Prix Dressage rider and former 4-star three day event rider has completed at the national championships for over 20 years in the sport. She was on the British team at Jozefin CDIO in 2003 and was 10th in the final for the Athens Olympics in 2004. She will be providing two master classes on each show day – ‘Dressage to music – What’s Involved’ and ‘Lateral Work Explained’
In addition, the show will feature Grant Bazin – The Horseman, who will show his excellent training techniques and Alexander Bragg (Sunday) will demonstrate the finer skills required for top event riding, plus a heavy horse display and a breed parade (Saturday).
The Westcountry Equine Fair has become well-known for the exciting competitive events and this year will be no exception. The show will see the return of the pony club horse & hound show jumping challenge (sponsored by Horsehage and Stags) and the Junior show jumping competition (sponsored by Red Post Equestrian). There will also be the new Quadrille Competition (Unaffiliated), which will see 6 teams provide wonderfully colourful routines to music.
In addition to the unrivalled entertainment, the show also features a Breed village with a heavy horse section (sponsored by Fennington Fibres); a dedicated shopping village with over 200 companies offering helpful advice and great show offers on 1000’s of products for horse and rider including many big name brands. Also look out for the BETA Equestrian Knowledge Zone offering great advice from a number of experts and Robocob, the mechanical horse!
This year, the shows chosen charity for the Westcountry Equine Fair is Devon Air Ambulance.
This is certainly the total equestrian experience for the dedicated rider!
To book your tickets in advance and save money visit www.westcountryequinefair.co.uk or call 01392 421500 (office hours) and follow us on Facebook and Twitter to stay updated.