Over 55,000 visitors are expected to attend the 75th year of Royal Windsor Horse Show, 9-13 May 2018. with an extensive programme of first class equestrian competition and performances in five arenas.

The displays in the main Castle Arena include The Musical Ride of The Household Calvary Mounted Regiment, The Musical Drive of the King’s Troop RHA, The DAKS Pony Club Mounted Games and The Land Rover Shetland Pony Grand National.

Over 220 shops in the Shopping Village, with a wide range of goods for sale, from jewellery and fashion, to food and drink.

Her Majesty The Queen has attended every year since the Show started in 1943 and it is the only time of the year that the private grounds of Windsor Castle are open to the public. 

After winning a strong class, the diminutive pair defied the rain to command the Castle Arena, prompting judge D Price Jones to comment: “We were looking for a quality pony that would carry a child safely and prettily. This pony does exactly that.” Read More
The world’s number one horse four-in-hand driver, Boyd Exell from Australia, showed yet again why he has held this title consistently over the last decade taking his ninth CAIO4* Land Rover International Driving Grand Prix victory. Read More
Daniel Deusser made a winning debut at Royal Windsor Horse Show, taking the feature class of the day, the 1.50m CSI5* Bahrain Pearl Stakes, in spectacular style. Read More
The highlight of the evening performance, the CDI4* Al Shira'aa Grand Prix Freestyle to Music, once again saw Britain's Charlotte Dujardin and Carl Hester dominate, taking the top two spots for the second night in succession. Read More
CHI Royal Windsor Horse Show kicked-off in style with a win for Her Majesty The Queen, who was present to enjoy the victory of Whalton Highwayman, ridden by 15-year-old Kinvara Garner. The private grounds of Windsor Castle were resplendent in the sunshine on the opening day of the five-day Show,... Read More
Before THE Wedding, is the 75th annoversary of The Royal Windsor Horse Show begins this week. Read More
It was an emotional final day at Royal Windsor Horse Show as the crowds took to their feet to witness Show Jumping legend, Nick Skelton and his gold medal winning horse, Big Star, stand together in the arena for the last time. Read More
Once again British dressage master Carl Hester put on a display of skill and horsemanship to win the CDI4* FEI International Grand Prix, supported by Horse & Hound, at the Royal Windsor Horse Show. Read More
The highly anticipated CSI5* Show Jumping made its debut on the third day of Royal Windsor Horse Show. It was a successful event for the British riders, with Ben Maher and Tic Tac victorious in the CSI5* Bahrain Pearl Stakes. Read More
You are in for a treat as seven of the World's top 20 Show Jumpers, dressage favourite Carl Hester and World No. 1 driver Boyd Exell are all set to compete at this year's Royal Windsor Horse Show! Read More

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