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Blenheim Horse Trials

Tickets sales are now underway for this year’s competition at Blenheim Palace International, run by its new organisers,The Jockey Club

The Jockey Club has been awarded a five-year contract as organisers of the prestigious Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials from 2021

A re-think of the future management of the Blenheim Palace International may see new organisers at the helm

British Eventing, alongside the Blenheim Estate and sponsors SsangYong, have announced that the SsangYong Blenheim Palace Horse Trials will not be running in September 2020.

Tokyo 2020 was a hot topic at Blenheim and it wasn’t just Japan’s Kazuma Tomoto that was celebrating Olympic qualification ..........

Britain’s Piggy French jumped two spectacular clear rounds to finish first and third in the principal CCI4*-L class at SsangYong Blenheim Palace Horse Trials

It was indeed a case of ‘Clever Louis’ at the SsangYong Blenheim Palace Horse Trials today when Chris Burton’s new ride won the CCI4*-S for eight- and nine-year-old horses

William Fox-Pitt and Chris Burton, joint leaders of the CCI4*-S 8/9 Year Old class at Blenheim International, are adopting a 'wait and see' approach to tomorrow's cross country

The in-form Piggy French is on track to nail yet another international victory this season but there is less than a rail betweeh her, Japan's Kazuma Tomoto and Australia's Kevin McNab

Mum and daughter Mary and Emily King are both competing at Blenheim International and both are very competitively placed after the dressage. Could this be a King comeback?