Visit Chatham Marine, stand 16 for an exclusive Badminton opportunity to win a VIP sailing day for two at Cowes Week
The first day of dressage is now over, but there are plenty more combinations performing their tests on Friday. However, away from the main arena here are our suggestions of places to visit tomorrow ~ gates open at 8am.
Visit Chatham Marine, stand 16 for an exclusive Badminton opportunity to win a VIP sailing day for two at Cowes Week, and take advantage of their exclusive show offers including discounts of up to 50% on selected lines.
Fairfax Saddles launch their new Rebecca dressage saddle at the event this week. See it on their stand on Beaufort Way. Just the perfect amount of bling!
Stud up: the stallion parade takes place after the conclusion of the dressage phase tomorrow. Come and view some of the country’s finest in the Badminton Stallion Parade at 5pm
Signings by Mary and Emily King on the Mitsubishi Expo opposite the scoreboard at 3pm
The Jack Wills vintage army truck turned travelling bar ‘the Mucky Pheasant’ is by Fence 9 – drop in for drinks, free Wi-Fi and a spot of horseplay on Friday 6th and Saturday 7th May, 9am-6pm.
Dodson & Horrell will be hosting two talks on the World Horse Welfare (Badminton official charity 2016) stand 93 on Friday at 3pm with Harry Meade
Get your selfie with Lucinda Fredericks on Old Dairy Saddlery trade stand, number 189 at 11:30 and 3pm & meet Harry Meade there at Friday lunchtime
Horseware supported rider William Fox Pitt will be at the Horse and Hound stand at 1145 to sign autographs.