The horse show is celebrating the 100th anniversary of the very first indoor international horse show ever to be held in the UK and kicks off with a gala. Monday (17) afternoon will feature the Dressage Grand Prix and the FEI World Cup™ Dressage Qualifier will take place on Tuesday (18) evening. The Six-Bar will be held during the afternoon performance on Wednesday (19) and the Grand Prix will be on Thursday (20) evening. The Accenture Young Show Jumper class will be on Friday (21) afternoon, with the live televised Accenture Olympia Puissance occupying its usual slot on Friday evening. The Pony Jumping Championship will feature on Saturday (22) morning, and all eyes will then turn to the Rolex FEI World Cup™ Jumping Qualifier on Saturday afternoon, again to be televised live on the BBC. The show will draw to a close on Saturday evening with the Masters.
Showing classes will once again take place in the early part of the day, the British Riding Club Quadrille will be on Wednesday morning; The NPS/Baileys Horse Feeds Mountain and Moorland Supreme Championship on Thursday morning with final judging during the afternoon performance, and the Veteran Horse Society Finals supported by Dodson and Horrell will be on Friday morning.
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London International Horse Show 2007 Web Site