Stowell Park Hunter Trials

This year's Stowell Park Hunter Trials takes place on Sunday October 1st, in the glorious surroundings of Stowell Park, near Northleach. You can test your and your horse's ability over a varied course and over 20 obstacles. The course has a new look this autumn, to provide an enjoyable round for riders and horses of all abilities.

  Class 1A 11-16 Year Olds Fences approx 2ft 9" Prize £30
  Class 1B 17 Year Olds & Over Fences approx 2ft 9" Prize £50
  Class 2 Pairs Fences approx 2ft 9" Prize £200
  Class 3 Intermediate, 12 Year Olds & Over Fences approx 3ft 2" Prize £250
  Class 4 Open Fences approx 3ft 6" Prize £350

 

Click here for an Entry form and Terms & Conditions, and make your entry online through this page.

 

 

Event details

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Where?

6m SE Cheltenham, nr junction of A40 and A436 (Exit 11A, M5)

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