Our current BE offer is that we run Kelsall Hill 1, a spring horse trials with classes from BE90 up to 3 star international and Kelsall 2 in September when run BE80- intermediate.
Dressage is on a laser levelled area which is quiet and removed from the action.
Show jumping is on the outdoor arenas, warm up and competition are on the same surfaces which are irrigated if needed, to ensure good footing, if its dry.
The cross country course maximises the use of the space available and the undulation offering riders a great challenge, with our course designer, Captain Mark Phillips, asking all the questions you might expect, with a free flowing course, set on a light sandy loam in spectacular Cheshire countryside.
The investment in infrastructure means that we can be fairly robust if the weather is inclement and to date we have lost just a single days eventing apart from when we were stopped due to covid rules.
We hope to be able offer riders, owners, connections, spectators, sponsors and trade stands a great and worthwhile experience.
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Sponsors and Trade Stands
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Terms and conditions apply for stabling so please read them before arriving, you’ll be expected to pay in advance, pay a refundable deposit is leave us with a clean stable and hook ups can be booked too, you’ll need to pat a deposit for an adapter to hook up which will be refunded if you hand back the adapter.
Over the years we have tried to grow our spectator audience. There’s a feeling in some quarters that these events may only be for the riders and their friends, that’s really not true, the event makes a great backdrop for a day out in the fresh air with the family, you can bring a picnic or make use of the food concessions on site to keep yourselves full while enjoying watching riders from grassroots to Olympians competing to win their sections. Remember its the horse that carries the points not the rider so its a fantastic sport pitching riders of all ages and both sexes against each other, where else can amateurs and their heroes compete on such an even footing?
Entry has been per car at just £10 so that’s just £2.50 each for a family of four, gates open at 7am, competition starts at 8am for dressage, and cross country normally at about 10am and the excitement keeps going till the last competitor finishes their cross country round, normally that’s about 6pm.