5 reasons to go to Your Horse Live

Don't miss the Your Horse event of the year! From the equestrian world’s biggest stars, the UK’s best trainers and more shopping stands than there are days in the year – here are five reasons to go!

 Take a wander through our Rescue Village to see the horses in need of forever homes

Take a wander through our Rescue Village to see the horses in need of forever homes

1. Take a walk through our Rescue Village

One of our most-loved features of Your Horse Live, our Rescue Village, is back for another year.

Brought to you in association with World Horse Welfare, Redwings, Bransby, Blue Cross and the RSPCA, this part of the show enables you to meet some of the many gorgeous horses in need of homes.

Give them a cuddle, learn about their history and meet the people who care for them.

2. See Valegro

We're delighted to welcome this dressage star back to the BETA Arena with Charlotte Dujardin and can’t wait to see him strut his stuff. 

Charlotte’s 2017 demonstration is not to be missed.

This year she’ll be showcasing her current horses and demonstrating her winning training techniques.

3. Watch our celebs perform

You’ll get to watch top equestrians like Geoff Billington, Guido Louis and Charlotte Dujardin perform and look out for autograph sessions, photo opportunities and panels with top experts too. 

4. Shop 'til you drop

We've got bargains to be snapped up at more than 400 equine stands – that’s twice as many than any other UK show! 

With four dedicated shopping halls, all undercover, you’ll find everything you need to kit you and your horse out for the seasons ahead.

From rugs to boots, jackets to breeches, and everything in-between, our retailers have got it covered.

5. Get ready, get set, bid!

This year, we’ll be running two charity auctions where visitors will be invited to bid on lots donated by the equestrian world’s elite in order to raise vital funds for equine charities World Horse Welfare, Redwings, Bransby, Blue Cross the RSPCA, and the Riding for the Disabled Association (RDA).