CIRENCESTER PARK INTERNATIONAL HORSE TRIALS VISITOR INFORMATION
With the opening of outdoor attractions, we are able to welcome a small number of visitors to the Cirencester Park International Horse Trials.
There will be a limited number of trade stands and caterers, who will all be required to operate within the covid-19 restrictions at the time of the event.
We will continue to work with our governing bodies and in line with guidance issued by local authorities and national advisory groups to operate it in a COVID-19 compliant manner. The pandemic is an ever-changing situation – should the situation change all ticket purchasers will be notified and details will be published on the website.
ALL SPECTATORS MUST COMPLETE A TRACK & TRACE FORM BEFORE ARRIVING ON-SITE.
Admission: The admission entitles spectators to enter the event site.
Owners: Registered owners of horse(s) competing will not be restricted to one per horse and will be able to gain entry to the horse trials using the QR code provided with their British Eventing membership. This can be downloaded from their members profile on the British Eventing website. For those requiring additional owners onsite, or for owners registered with an overseas federation, please email .
Children: Children aged 4 or under are free. The child tariff refers to children between the ages of 5 and 14 years old.
Opening Times: Gates will open daily at 8am and remain open until the end of competition each day (usually around 18:00).
All three days will see dressage, showjumping and cross-country action from a variety of classes.
Friday 30th April 2021: Intermediate, Open Intermediate and CCI2*-S.
Saturday 1st May 2021: Advanced u25, Advanced, CCI2*-S and CCI2*-S for ponies.
Sunday 2nd May 2021: Open Novice, Novice, Open Novice u18 and Open Intermediate u21.