Thursday’s dressage may now be finished, but there are still plenty more combinations to watch, and things to see and do on Friday...
Thursday’s dressage may now be finished, but there are still plenty more combinations to watch, as well as things to see and do on Friday.
While you’re in the dressage mood, don’t miss the dressage display at 12.30pm, after the morning set of dressage tests.
Visit the Mitsubishi Motors expo stand near the scoreboard at 11am and 3pm for signings by UK Ambassadors Mary and Emily King.
Mary will also be signing autographs on the Old Dairy Saddlery stand (stand 193, Deer Park Drive) at 11.45am, and at the Joules Main Stand (stand 14) at midday.
Mitsubishi Motors in the UK Ambassador Rosemary Shrager will be on the Mitsubishi Motors stand at 2pm.
William Fox-Pitt will be signing autographs on the Chatham Marine stand (15 Worcester Way) at 3pm.
Keep up to date
Listen in to the goings on in the arena during your visit with a Horseware Badminton Radio ear piece and Event Programme, available from the Radio Badminton Sales Kiosk (stand 104) and the Programme Huts.
If you are walking the course ahead of Saturday’s cross country phase make sure you find out how to use our interactive cross country map before you arrive.
Head to the Event Mobility Stand (Stand 93) to donate to our 2017 official charity, and help them raise funds to keep providing mobility scooters for all to enjoy outdoor events.
Interested in breeding a potential future event horse? Check out some of the country’s finest sires in the Badminton Stallion Parade which takes place in the main arena after the dressage finishes, at 5pm.
Admission tickets and car passes can be purchased on the day, at the entrance of the event, cash only. Children aged 12 and under get free admission, plus dogs on leads are welcome too.