The Equerry Bolesworth International Horse Show is pleased to announce The British Horse Society as their Equestrian Charity for 2019.
This new development with the prestigious event will see the partnership providing the opportunity to raise the profile of the important work that The British Horse Society carry out.
Said Bolesworth International President, Nina Barbour: “The British Horse Society is a wonderful organisation carrying out very valuable work across a wide range of platforms from road safety to access and education.
“We are delighted to welcome the organisation as the chosen equestrian charity for 2019 and look forward to working closely with them in the run up to and at the show.”
Sarah Phillips, Chief Operating Officer at The British Horse Society, said: “It’s a privilege to be the chosen equestrian charity for Bolesworth International Horse Show 2019.
“As a charity, we are dedicated to promoting the interests of horses and all those who care for them and we are delighted to be able to showcase and celebrate the fantastic work we are undertaking across welfare, access, safety and education with the visitors of Bolesworth.”
The stunning setting of Bolesworth Castle, will host the show from June 12 to 16 and allows spectators to watch world class competition at the must visit event.
With a packed line-up of competition featuring many of the leading riders from home and abroad, the show provides a feast of equestrian sport at the very highest level.
The event boasts incredible International 4* Show Jumping and Dressage, as well as stand out feature classes in the Eventing Grand Prix, Ride & Drive and the ever-popular Puissance!
Alongside world class sport there’s the chance to shop a great range of equestrian and lifestyle brands, relax with a glass of something chilled, enjoy locally sourced food and a packed line up of evening entertainment; all with the stunning Bolesworth Castle as the backdrop.
All BHS Members can access an exclusive discount on tickets until June 5. The discount code can be found in British Horse magazine or on social channels.