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The British Equine Event A bumper weekend for horse and pony enthusiasts

With demonstrations from stars such as Burghley champion Andrew Nicholson, show jumpers Graham and Tina Fletcher and international dressage rider Kyra Kyrklund, the 2000 British Equine Event looks set to bring more than 15,000 visitors to Stoneleigh in Warwickshire over the weekend 4/5 November.

The event gives riders the chance to learn more about horse care and training as well as find out about sports such as endurance and western riding.

Among the other attractions are displays of breeds, advice on routine veterinary matters and discussions on topics as diverse as long-distance travel and the impact of litigation on equestrianism.

Now in its 10th year, the British Equine Event offers advice and information on everything for the horse and rider and features over 300 stands covering feed, veterinary products, stabling, the internet, transport and saddlery.

David Storrar, Director of Exhibitions for the event organisers, the Royal Agricultural Society of England, says, "The British Equine Event has become the place for horse owners and riders to brush up on their knowledge, get advice from the stars and catch up with plenty of horsey shopping!"

The British Equine Event is organised by the Royal Agricultural Society of England in association with Your Horse and is sponsored by Dodson Horrell, Eqvalan, Intervet and Martin Collins Enterprises
The Royal Agricultural Society of England (RASE) strives to promote and improve the science, art and practice of agriculture and kindred activities through education, research and development

Visit the Equine Event web site to keep up-to-date with developments…

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