With just weeks to go until the inaugural National Equine Show, the excitement is building around every aspect of the event, and with under 1000 tickets left for the show, now’s the time to buy if you want to come along.
The show, which will take place at the NEC on 4-5th March this year, will be a premium shopping experience for equestrians, but there’s a lot more than that at the event too. With standard admission costing just £12 per day, or £20 for the weekend, and VIP tickets costing £60, it’s also very affordable and offers amazing value.
“This event has been in the planning stages for so long, it’s great to see all the elements coming together,” said Liz Ormesher, Event Director of the National Equine Show. “We have a packed line up for the Inspiration and Skills stages, including superstars like Carl Hester, Esme Higgs, Sir Lee Pearson and Piggy March, and there are truly amazing spaces all over the show like the Rider Wellness Zone (sponsored by E Equine), The PolyJumps Eventer Experience and Equipe Dressage Experience, The Nail Bus, The Neurocentric Rider Injury Clinic sponsored by PB Movement and Yard Supplement Connect sponsored by The Equestrian Index. There’s also an incredible range of brands getting involved forming a shopping village that is second to none.”
The National Equine Show has secured support and sponsorship from a superb range of brands including Charles Owen, E Equine, Equilibrium Products, Equipe Saddles, My Cavago, Nail Bus, PB Movement, PolyJumps and Sacha & George.
There are now less than 1000 tickets available across the two days of the event, and over 10,000 people expected to attend the show. If you’re hoping to enjoy the National Equine Show, now’s the time to bag yours. For more information on the agenda for the Skills and Inspiration stages, see www.nationalequineshow.com/agenda. To find out more about the rest of the show and to book, see www.nationalequineshow.com.