Badminton Office Update

Update: Wednesday 1st July 2020

Following the cancellation of Badminton Horse Trials 2020 and the period of “lockdown” we are pleased to be able to advise that we are back working at the Horse Trials Office.  We are now looking forward and working towards the 2021 Event.

If you have any queries please contact us:

Administration Office:
email: info@badminton-horse.co.uk.  Tel: +44 (0) 1454 218272

Box Office:
email: boxoffice@badminton-horse.co.uk  Tel: +44 (0) 1454 218375

NB: The Box Office is Read More

#LittleBadmintonQuiz Answers

#LittleBadmintonQuiz Q3

To celebrate what would have been Science Supplements’ first time as official partners of Badminton Horse Trials they came up with a #LittleBadmintonQuiz to remember some magical moments from previous years. They posted a picture prompt each day (6 – 10 May 2020) with a fun Badminton fact on their Facebook and Instagram pages. How did you do? We can now reveal the answers!

 

Question 1

Which year saw the first day of the inaugural Read More

Pony poetry please, thanks Pippa!

To cheer us all out of the disappointment of losing Badminton Horse Trials 2020, three time event winner and author Pippa Funnell has been spreading lockdown positivity with a children’s poetry competition. Pippa was staggered to receive a huge number of wonderful entries and, on what would have been Badminton Sunday at 4pm (10th May), announced the winners as Lola Moon of the 10 and under category with a beautiful powerful poem ‘Between My Pony’s Ears’ and 13 Read More

‘I don’t really believe it was me’: Lucinda Green reflects on her six Badminton victories *H&H Plus*

In the 1970s and 1980s, Lucinda Green set a record that no one has yet come close to equalling when she won Badminton six times on six different horses. She talks to Kate Green about why each victory was so special

In the 1970s and 1980s, Lucinda Green set a record that no one has yet come close to equalling when she won Badminton six times on six different horses. She talks to Kate Green about why each victory was so special

Throwback — Badminton first-timers: Imogen Murray — ‘this is actually happening!’

If it hadn’t been for the coronavirus outbreak, we would be gearing up for Badminton Horse Trials, which was due to take place this week (6—10 May). So instead we will take a few trips down memory lane. Here is the interview that was conducted with Imogen Murray before her first Badminton in 2017

IMOGEN MURRAY riding IVAR GOODEN during Cross Country phase of the CIC*** during the Bramham International Horse Trial in Bramham Park, Wetherby, West Yorkshire, UK on 13th June 2015

If it hadn’t been for the coronavirus outbreak, we would be gearing up for Badminton Horse Trials, which was due to take place this week (6—10 May). So instead we will take a few trips down memory lane. Here is the interview that was conducted with Imogen Murray before her first Badminton in 2017

Badminton’s backstage heroes: The people who make the horse trials happen *H&H Plus*

Running Badminton requires the time, energy and skill of thousands of people every year. Catherine Austen speaks to a few of the key players about their roles and favourite memories

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Running Badminton requires the time, energy and skill of thousands of people every year. Catherine Austen speaks to a few of the key players about their roles and favourite memories

Celebrating Badminton’s most brilliant equine heroes *H&H Plus*

From the horse who completed seven times in a row to a mare whose son followed her into the runner-up spot, Catherine Austen and Pippa Roome tell the story of 10 of Badminton’s equine superstars

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Andrew Nicholson retires Nereo in the main arena at the 2018 Badminton Horse Trials

From the horse who completed seven times in a row to a mare whose son followed her into the runner-up spot, Catherine Austen and Pippa Roome tell the story of 10 of Badminton’s equine stars

Throwback — Badminton first-timers: Cathal Daniels — ‘She doesn’t know the fences are bigger than her’

If it hadn’t been for the coronavirus outbreak, we would be gearing up for Badminton Horse Trials, which was due to take place this week (6—10 May). So instead we will take a few trips down memory lane. Here is the interview that was conducted with Cathal Daniels before his first Badminton in 2017, where he was the youngest competitor in the field and we also met his small and mighty horse

Cathal DANIELS (IRL) riding RIOGHAN RUA during cross country phase of the Pau CCI**** near Pau in the Pyrenees region of France on 15th October 2016

If it hadn’t been for the coronavirus outbreak, we would be gearing up for Badminton Horse Trials, which was due to take place this week (6—10 May). So instead we will take a few trips down memory lane. Here is the interview that was conducted with Cathal Daniels before his first Badminton in 2017, where he was the youngest competitor in the field and we also met his small and mighty horse