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Entries open for Swalcliffe Park

 

An Eventful Life is filming all competitors on cross country at Swalcliffe Park – find out more here

 

Event Name: Swalcliffe Park Horse Trials

Location: Swalcliffe Park Equestrian, Grange Farm, Banbury, Swalcliffe, Oxfordshire, United Kingdom, OX15 5EX

Date: 14th & 15th March 2020

Organiser: Mr Richard Taylor & Mrs Sarah Taylor

Entries Open: 2020

Classes: BE100, BE90Open, BE100Open, BE90, BE100RF, BE80(T), BE90Ou18, BE100Ou18

Find out more: Swalcliffe Park website

 

The first thing to say about the 2020 Swalcliffe Park Horse Trials is get your entry in before ballot date because there is a fantastic prize up for grabs!

The event organisers are offering a 5 night stay in a luxury villa in Portugal and all you need to do is simply enter the horse trials before the ballot date of 12 noon on Tuesday 25th February 2020 and start at the Horse Trials in March for your name to go into the prize draw. For terms and conditions please see the Swalcliffe Park website

Having entered and started you’ll find that the Swalcliffe Park courses, designed and built by Olympic course builders David Evans and Swalcliffe Park Director Richard Taylor, set out to educate and encourage both horse and rider. The course is suitable for first timers with a good variety of educational fences for young horses and the cross country runs over undulating permanent pasture, well drained grassland and provides an exciting viewing course for spectators.

There will be BE80(T) Trainer Amanda Holloway on hand for those requiring advice in the BE80(T) sections and there is plenty for the younger riders to get their teeth into with BE90 and BE100 Open classes for Under 18’s always proving popular

To get an idea of the terrain/course, Click Here to view our cross country videos at all levels from Swalcliffe Park 2019 or watch 2017 Pony European gold medallist Georgina Herrling, who scooped two wins in 2019 in both BE100 Open U18 Sections, taking Section K on Falvaro and Section L on Kilpatrick Knight (read our full 2019 report from Swalcliffe here)