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10 Mar 2017

MAKE SURE THE DATE IS IN YOUR DIARY FOR THE FESTIVAL OF BRITISH EVENTING 4-6 AUGUST 2017

The Festival of British Eventing, presented by the British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA), is held at Gatcombe Park the home of HRH The Princess Royal and promises to be a great weekend for the whole family. Many special arena attractions are being planned to happen over the course of the weekend and The Festival will host an impressive shopping village and food walk for visitors to enjoy. With the best Championship horse trials action that one day eventing has to offer taking place over the three days there will be no shortage of excitement.
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08 Aug 2016

Oliver Townend is the Champion

Oliver Townend became the first British rider for five years to win The British Open Championship at The Festival of Eventing, presented by the British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA), with a brilliant piece of riding on the talented but quirky Cillnabradden Evo.
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07 Aug 2016

Clark lifts the Corinthian Cup

Andrea Clark and Murphy Bonanza triumphed in a thrilling finale in The TopSpec Challenge for The Corinthian Cup, a National Restricted Novice Championship at The Festival of British Eventing, presented by the British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA).
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07 Aug 2016

Oliver Townend in pole position in British Open

Spectators are lining the bowl at Gatcombe Park in anticipation of a thrilling afternoon of sport at The Festival of British Eventing, presented by the British Equestrian Trade Association (BETA).
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07 Aug 2016

Cross Country underway in the TopSpec Corinthian Cup Novice Restricted Championship

Cross Country for the TopSpec Corinthian Cup Novice Restricted Championship is now in full swing at The Festival of British Eventing at Gatcombe Park. The Show Jumping phase proved influential with poles aplenty tumbling down, but overnight Dressage leaders, Rebecca Woolley and Zeno Das Gluck retained her place at the top of the leaderboard despite one rolled pole. They are joined by Andrea Clark and Murphys Bonanza, who jumped a rare clear round to stay on their Dressage score of 32.1.
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