When the weather is cold and miserable, how do you get your horsey fix without getting soaked to the skin? We’ve put together six great horsey things to do this December in our latest blog.

Olympia Horse Show

https://www.olympiahorseshow.com
When: 16th – 22nd December
Where: Hammersmith, West London
A highlight in the equestrian calendar, this fabulous event is jam-packed to the brim with a variety of incredible horsey content from the world of dressage, showing and showjumping and much more including, The Household Cavalry, The Shetland Pony Grand National and The Pony Club. And don’t forget to visit the horsey shopping haven!

TheraPlate UK Liverpool International Horse Show

https://www.liverpoolhorseshow.com
When: 28th – 31st December
Where: Kingsbank, Liverpool
Now in its 5th year, this show is set to be even bigger and better than ever before. Showcasing some of the best showjumping and equestrian talent around, with a good sprinkling of superb family entertainment and music. 250 shops await you on your visit!

Hire An Indoor School With Friends

When: Anytime
Where: Your Nearest Venue
Fed up of riding in gale-force winds and horizontal rain? Yes, we hear you! So why not take a break from battling the extremes by organising an outing to your local indoor school with a friend from the yard. Hiring an indoor school is a brilliant opportunity to take your horse for an outing, without the pressure of competing. You could even see if your instructor could come and give you and your friend a lesson – they’ll probably be grateful for the rest bite from the winter weather too!

Boxing Day Race Meets

https://www.bbc.co.uk/sport/horse-racing/calendar
When: 26th December
Where: All Over The UK
Escape for a day at the races, back a winner or simply go and soak up the atmosphere with friends and family. Wrap up warm and enjoy the thrill of thundering hooves and a day out in the fresh air after your Christmas Day sofa surfing! Whether it’s’ Kempton Park https://www.thejockeyclub.co.uk/kempton/ or Fontwell Park https://www.fontwellpark.co.uk, there’s a few to choose.

Christmas Carriage Rides

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/christmas-carriage-rides-tickets-69880214603
When: 7th December – 23rd December
Where: Polesden Lacey, Great Bookham, Surrey
Take a ride in a festive horse-drawn carriage through the grounds of this National Trust gem. Polesden Lacey is the former home of resolute socialite Margaret Greville and is just 25 miles from London. The perfect place to go for a ride in a beautiful winter wonderland.

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Where: on this website
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