Expired: Win Olympia tickets

Win tickets to Olympia, The London International Horse Show


We have teamed up with the organisers of Olympia, The London International Horse Show (17th – 23rd December 2018) to offer one lucky winner a pair of tickets for the afternoon performance on Wednesday 19th December.

Experience the festive magic of Olympia – this equestrian spectacular is sure to be the highlight of your family Christmas.

With FEI World Cups in dressage, showjumping and driving, expect to see British favourites and top riders from across the world. Performances include the Osborne Refrigerators Shetland Pony Grand National, international Displays from Azerbaijan and La Garde Républicaine, and the Kennel Club Dog Agility, so there is something for everyone.

To enter: visit the competition site by clicking on the ‘Enter Competition’ button below and enter your details – easy!

Enter by: 26/11/2018

No purchase necessary.

See competition website for full terms and conditions.

Promoted By: Hickstead

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Get Inspired: How to get into equestrian sports

Why get into horse riding? This is a unique activity. The bond you create with the horse mean it’s beneficial physically and mentally.
Who is it for? Whether you are an adrenaline junky or seeking quiet relaxation and stress relief, horse riding is for you.
Is there a cheap option? Group lessons at an approved equestrian centre are your most cost effective option. They will provide all the equipment you need including the horse!
What if I want a proper workout? The horse definitely doesn’t do all the work! As well as strengthening leg, bum and tum muscles, you’ll get the heart racing.
Can I take it to another level? There are competitions for all horse sports from beginner to advanced level.
Is there a disability option? Riding for the Disabled Association is a registered charity that can help you get started.
Is there a family option? Horse riding naturally appeals to children and is an activity that can be enjoyed by the whole family together.
So where can I start? Take a look at our club finder page to find equestrian events near you.

The most enjoyable aspect to horse riding is the bond you create with a horse or pony whilst being outside in the fresh air, once you have mastered the basics there are a number of equestrian disciplines and equine sports you could specialise in as your confidence, skill and knowledge grows.

Competitively, it is one of the very few sports where women and men can compete equally.

Sitting on a horse may not seem like an obvious form of exercise but it pretty much involves all the muscles in your body, between ensuring posture and balance, and controlling the horse.

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