World class show jumping stars are set to converge on The Equerry Bolesworth International Horse Show this June for a feast of action at the highest level.
On the home front British Number 1, Ben Maher is confirmed to compete alongside crowd favourite John Whitaker and his nephew William. Other leading names heading to Bolesworth include Robert Smith, Keith Shore and US-based Brit, Amanda Derbyshire, a winner at Liverpool International at the end of last year.
The Irish contingent looks set to be as strong as ever with Shane Breen, Conor Swail and Darragh Kenny all confirmed to take part while American riders Laura Kraut, Jessica Springsteen, Lauren Hough and Eve Jobs, both winners last year, will also be making their way to the Bolesworth estate with Jos Verlooy of Belgium
The Equerry Bolesworth International Horse Show is now well-established with the castle providing a breath-taking backdrop.
Back by popular demand the show will once again feature a National Ring with show jumping classes and a host of exciting competitions taking place over the five days of the event from June 13 to 17.
Apple founder’s daughter, Eve Jobs will be taking on the big guns having quickly becoming a name to remember for her show jumping results as well as the family cache. She is definitely one to watch this year.
Last year at Bolesworth International Eve had the biggest win of her career in the world of show jumping. At just 18-years-old the young star set the international arena alight in amazing form to win a CSI4* 1.45m Speed Class. On her CSI4* debut she produced one of the most impressive rounds of the day with her 10-year-old gelding Charleville.
Showjumper, William Funnell will be holding a masterclass on Wednesday, June 13 alongside wife and leading event rider, Pippa where visitors will gain invaluable knowledge from both a show jumping and eventing legend at the same time. William’s knowledge of producing international level show jumpers has the highest respect while on the eventing scene Pippa has won every major championship there is. This is definitely an opportunity not to be missed.