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Australian International Three Day Event

The Australian International Three Day Event is an annual three-day event held in the South Australian capital of Adelaide. It was known as the Adelaide International Horse Trials up until 2007. It comprises dressage, cross-country and show-jumping and is usually staged in early November. The event is unique in being held in a city-centre, taking place in the Adelaide Park Lands.

Badminton Horse Trials

The Badminton Horse Trials is a 5 day event, one of only six annual Concours Complet International Five Star ***** events as classified by the Federation Equestre Internationale. It takes place in April or May each year in the park of Badminton House, the seat of the Duke of Beaufort in South Gloucestershire, England.

Blenheim Horse Trials

The Blenheim Horse Trials is an annual international three-day event held in the park of Blenheim Palace, at Woodstock, England. It is rated CCI***. Blenheim began in 1990, after the three-day event held at Chatsworth was ended. The venue has since become popular both for national and international events, beginning in 1994 with the FEI European Young Rider Championships. In 2003, Blenheim hosted the Asia-Pacific Championships as a qualifier for the 2004 Athens Olympics. Sixteen nations were represented and several European, World, and Olympic Champions competed. The winner, Pippa Funnell, ...

Bramham Horse Trials

Bramham International Horse Trials is one of the Europes leading three-day events, taking place every June at Bramham Park, near Wetherby in West Yorkshire. The event attracts around 60.000 spectators over four days of competition.

British Eventing

British Eventing is the Great Britain governing body for the equestrian sport of eventing, which combines a single rider and horse pairing competing in dressage, showjumping and cross country. The organisation both regulates the sport and organises nearly 200 affiliated events across the country. In Great Britain, the eventing season runs from March to October every year, weather conditions permitting. There are all sorts of different levels from BE80 to 5* eventing. In 2019 the existing 4* events were changed to 5* events which include Badminton and Burghley. British Eventing is responsib ...

Burghley Horse Trials

The Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials is an annual three-day event held at Burghley House near Stamford, Lincolnshire, England, currently in early September. Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials is classified by the FEI as one of the six leading three-day events in the world. It has competition at CCI***** level. The prize for first place is currently £95.000. Prize money is given down to 20th place. Burghley is also one of the three events in the Grand Slam of Eventing. Run in conjunction with the event since 1990 is the Burghley Young Event Horse final, which judges 4 and 5 year old horses on ...

                                     

ⓘ Eventing

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