Bramham International Horse Trials
Bramham International Horse Trials was one of the most global ever with no fewer than 13 countries represented across three eventing competitions. The event main spectacle, Ian Starke’s spectacular cross-country course, has been brought to life with craftsman David Evans amazing chain saw skills, David has been selected to construct fences for the Tokyo Olympics. Around 180 of the world’s best horse and rider combinations will bravely tackle the challenge set by Ian, himself a former Bramham winner.
|Attendance:||50,000 – 55,000 (when last attended)|
|2022 Cost:||£255.20 per metre frontage + vat|
|£130.00 Deposit Required|
|Depth of space 2.3 metres|
|Cover:||Aluminium framed pavilion|
|Flooring:||Level wooden floor with carpet|
||To be advised|
|General Exhibitor Information:||General Information||Please click box for essential information regarding daily working practice.|
|Booking Form, Show Information, Rules & Regulations:||Booking Form & Show details||To download the Booking Form and Rules and Regulations please click the box. Please print off, fill in and return to us by post or scan. Please make sure you tick the box on the booking form regarding GDPR and Rules and Regulations, please also sign the form.|
This event has growing visitor numbers with excellent spending power; it is placed in an affluent area and attracts a good audience from further afield. An equestrian bias with added activities creates an excellent day for the visitors who appreciate our work and spend well over the four days.
Our pavilion has a level, carpeted floor, which provides an upmarket ambience for our stands and ensures good trading whatever the weather. We have moved our site along the row for 2022 to enhance the visitor flow. This may mean a slight change in layout but provides us with a full view of the avenues opposite and the keen visitors to this event.
We do not ask for full payment until eight weeks prior to the event we ask for a £130.00 payment on account, with your booking form. Payment will be returned if space is not allocated.