High Flyers, the brand new premier equine event has released its much anticipated provisional timetable for the three day showing show.
Taking place at the East of England Arena & Events Centre on the 15.16.17 March 2019, the timetable has revealed a range of classes and new championships for riders to aspire too.
Classes throughout the three day show offer a selection of novice, open, RIHS, amateur rider, sports horse, working hunter, hacks, maxi cobs, Piebald’s and Skewbald’s to name but a few. Each evening will then see the prestigious championships awarded under the spotlights giving producers and ambitious riders alike the most amazing atmosphere and experience.
The final day welcomes more open classes to the indoor ring in particular a newly created High Flyers Open Young Sports Horse for 4, 5 and 6 year olds. This class is at the heart of the aims and objectives of the whole show, giving horses and riders the chance to aim high.
“We really hope people understand the timetable and feel they are able to enter with young horses looking for more experience under the spotlights. The whole show and timetable is completely different from anything else we have done. Some people may be disappointed that their favourite class has not been included but we have tried to cover a gap in the market and High Flyers hopes to deliver just that.
My aims are to offer competitors the chance to bring out their young horses and compete in an environment which will offer great experience to both horse and rider. I’m really looking forward to welcoming people to the showground in March” says Show Director Betsy Branyan.
The East of England Arena’s facilities ideal for equestrian activities, with areas designed for competitors and exhibitors to stay on site. All of the stables are sited under cover in the Pavilion and the Cattle Building, making the show very weather-resistant and mud free.
To request a schedule, or for any further information about the show please contact Betsy Branyan on Betsy@eastofenglandarena.com.