The All England Jumping Course at Hickstead in West Sussex was founded in 1960 by Douglas Bunn, who had dreamed of creating a venue that could rival those on the continent. In 2010, Hickstead celebrated its 50th anniversary, having become known as the home of British showjumping. The showground has been the venue for several World and European Showjumping Championships.
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William Funnell is the fifth rider to have four wins in the Hickstead Derby, having previously clocked up a hat-trick of victories in 2006, 2008 and 2009 with Cortaflex Mondriaan. He joins Harvey Smith, John and Michael Whitaker, and Ireland’s Eddie Macken, who have all had four wins in this... Read More
Olympic gold medallist Scott Brash had his first international win at the All England Jumping Course today when competing at the Al Shira’aa Hickstead Derby Meeting. Read More
Lorna is following in her parents’ footsteps - her father is top Irish international showjumper Shane Breen while her mother Chloe (nee Bunn) is also a successful rider. Read More
Harriet Nuttall headed a female one-two in the Queen Elizabeth II Cup, a prestigious national championship held on Ladies’ Day at Hickstead. Read More
Chef d’Equipe Robert Dover ontinues his travels from Aachen to England to guide the U.S. team of Katherine Bateson-Chandler, Susan Dutta, Chase Hickok, and Charlotte Jorst for anotherFEI Nations Cup™ CDIO3* Hickstead. Read More
Brazil has never won the FEI Nations Cup™ of Great Britain presented by Longines, but today they were the clear winners of this historic two-round showjumping class, winning by an impressive margin of 10 faults. Read More
Southampton-based Lauren Edwards, 22, had her first win at Hickstead for more than a decade when she claimed today’s final class, the Winter Grades B & C Championship. Read More
Michael heads off nephew William in a Whitaker one-two at Hickstead. Only three riders jumped clear in the first round of the Derby Trial course, which introduces many of Hickstead’s famous natural obstacles and decides the starting field for Sunday’s Al Shira’aa Derby, with the top 35 qualifying. Read More
The United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) has named the Hermès U.S. Show Jumping Teams for CSIO5* Hickstead. CSIO5* Hickstead will run July 28-31, 2016 in West Sussex, United Kingdom. Robert Ridland will serve as Chef d'Equipe. Read More
At the age of just 20, Irish showjumper Michael Duffy has already got two All England Grand Prix wins under his belt – and this week he returns to Hickstead in the hope of making it a hat-trick. Read More

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