This year’s British Equine Event is scheduled for the weekend of 3-4 November 2001 at the NAC, Stoneleigh Park in Warwickshire.
The event, organised by the Royal Agricultural Society of England (RASE) in association with Your Horse, attracted over 15,800 visitors and 300 exhibitors in 2000.
David Storrar, RASE’s Director of Exhibitions says "This event has grown each year since it's inception, and moving the demonstration arena into our purpose – built exhibition hall allows us to expand our programme and build upon the success achieved last year."
STAR STUDDED LINE-UP FOR BRITISH EQUINE EVENT
Some of the world’s top equestrian stars will gather at the British Equine Event, 3-4 November 2001 at the NAC Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire, to share the secrets of their successes, skills and experience with horse enthusiasts.
Carl Hester, Olympic rider and dressage trainer, will be teaming up with top international dressage judge Stephen Clarke, for a unique presentation on how to ride a winning dressage test. Their demonstration offers the audience a chance to hear advice from world class professionals and gives both crucial perspectives – that of the judge and the rider.
Karen Bassett, one of the world’s top team driving competitors, will give a talk on training teams and visitors will also be able to see Kristina Cook (nee Gifford), the British event rider who will show her own training techniques and how she produces winning horses right through from the early stages. Other personalities present include Tina Sederholm and Gary Docking.
The British Equine Event, sponsored by Dodson & Horrell Ltd, Eqvalan and Intervet, has fast become known as the biggest equine event of its kind, offering advice and information on everything for the horse and rider. This year the line up is packed with special features to ensure that it is both informative and enjoyable for everyone with an interest in horses and riding.