Wednesday 4th May
Sunday 8th May, 2022

Your Thursday To Do list at Badminton

Shop the official Badminton collection from Joules

Check out the OFFICIAL Badminton Collection from Joules on stand 106

The Mitsubishi Motors Cup concluded today, and the focus now shifts to the International competition. Here are our top suggestions from the many things that visitors might enjoy tomorrow ~ gates open at 8am.

See if you can spot all 14 horses on the World Horse Welfare ‘Invisible Horse Trail’, including Fern, who was designed in conjunction with Sir Mark Todd, at Old Dairy Saddlery, stand number 189.

Swindon Designer Outlet has all the latest spring fashion at stand 124. Make sure you go and visit them this week at Badminton.

Walk the cross country course with Devoucoux sponsored rider Lucinda Fredericks (Thursday only). Meet at 3pm at fence 2, all welcome. Lucinda will also be on the Devoucoux stand on Friday, between 10.30 and 11.30 for signings.

Meet the winner of the first ever Mitsubishi Motors Trophy, Mary King, along with her daughter Emily who is competing this year. They will be doing signings at 13.15 on the Mitsubishi Motors Expo (opposite the score board).

Watch our dressage display with Charlie and Abbie Hutton, on both Thursday and Friday at 12.30 in the main arena.

Check out the OFFICIAL Badminton Collection from Joules on stand 106

Meet Chatham Marine ambassador William Fox-Pitt on their stand, number 16, at 2pm.

Pop along to the NFU Mutual stand, number 255, for a cup of tea any day of the event to speak to their equestrian specialists.

View the full 2016 exhibitor list here – stands open from 10am.

View the full timetable for the event here.

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.