The Bathurst Arena will be jam-packed with thrilling sights and attractions for the whole family to enjoy.
Horsemen of the Knight
A live action stunt show – fast, fun filled and action packed with stunts, trick riding of the highest standard, amazing horses and horsemanship, sword fights and fire plus much more!!
Who will you be cheering on in our Jousting Tournament this summer – the Honourable Red Knight and the Dashing Blue Knight or the Dastardly Black Knight and his side kick the Yellow Knight? Who will win the last Unicorn in the world?
British Scurry & Trials Driving – ‘The Arena Challenge’
Family entertainment at its thrilling best, watch ponies and carriages fly around an obstacle course against the clock. Marvel at the skill of the drivers, the bravery of the grooms and the agility of the ponies as they take on a course made of cones, barriers, arches and anything else they can lay their hands on!
All sizes and shapes of ponies can take part so miniature ponies can be flying around trying to beat Welsh cobs around the twisty course. Single ponies gallop against pairs, all trying to be the best on the day.
Hawkeye Falconry Display
A very welcome return for Hawkeye Falconry UK. Their bird of prey displays bring the ancient art of Falconry to the modern age, with a far-reaching and breathtaking display, that is designed to thrill. The team have been giving professional falconry displays for many years and in that time have built up a reputation for giving one of the most sought-after and memorable bird of prey displays on the outdoor show circuit. Don’t miss it!
Jump4Heroes are The Royal British Legion Extreme Human Flight Team. As serving and former members of the Army they support charities that help the Armed Forces do this by both fund raising and increasing public awareness of the charities and their plight. Hold your breath as they aim to hit the centre of the arena!
Gloucestershire Police Dogs
Come and see the four-legged friends helping keep Gloucestershire streets safe.
A good police dog must have high drive, be fearless and have lots of courage. This display will be full of chasing, showing how the dogs are used on a day to day basis in different situations.
When not in the Arena, you can visit their stand and meet the dogs and their handlers.
Founded in 1894, Cirencester Park is the oldest Polo Club in Great Britain. Just a stone’s throw from the show site, the Club is set in 3,000 acres of parkland and woodland and plays host to a full fixture list throughout the season.
If you’ve always liked the idea of Polo, but never understood the rules, now is the time to hear from experts with demonstrations of basic hitting and passing skills, and to round off the display an exhibition chukka.
The Hound parade by Vale of White Horse Hunt & Royal Agricultural College Beagles takes place in the Bathurst Arena. Everyone is welcome to come and meet the two packs after the parade.
LG Dog Agility
Louise Godwin first started training and competing in dog agility when she was just 12 years old. Now a seasoned professional she brings a whole team of helpers and dogs to demonstrate how dog agility works. All the dogs in this fun display are pets, showing that you don’t have to have a dog purely bred for