Lambourn Open Day

Fri 14th April 2017


Good Friday

Friday 14th April 2017 – Good Friday

The open day is a unique opportunity to see the horses in the training establishments throughout the Lambourn Valley. More than 30 trainers will open they yards from 8.30am to the public and over 10,000 people are expected to take the opportunity to meet the horses, the trainers and to really see first hand the Lambourn racing industry. Many yards have special exhibits and some demonstrations including horses using hydrotherapy pools.
In the afternoon the massive events field with its central arena opens with a full programme of equine and country related shows and demonstrations of country skills. Trade stands offer all manner of goods and services generally connected to country pursuits. Children’s activities are also available and there are many different places where food is available.


Full Cost Per Person

(Includes entry and coach transfers from Coventry)

Ladies Day – Royal Ascot

22nd June 2017

Enjoy the glamour of Ascot Ladies Day on a great-value coach package.


Thursday 22nd June 2017 

Book for 6 people and enjoy a complimentary bottle of Prosecco!

A fantastic opportunity to enjoy an exquisite day out at Royal Ascot, Dress to impress with entry to Queen Anne Enclosure and Paddock. With return coach from Coventry, Admission Ticket, Race Card, Bucks Fizz Breakfast & Three Course Evening Meal with glass of Prosecco en route home & Race Day Souvenir


Full Cost Per Person

(Deposit £35.00 per person upon booking)

Llanthony Valley & District Show

Sat 5th Aug 2017

Step back in time and enjoy a traditional rural show

The Black Mountains

Saturday 5th August 2017

Hoofin-AboutThe Llanthony Show was founded back in 1961. It is one of the only shows of its kind still, completely organised by local volunteers, with no major corporate sponsorship involved. The Show’s popularity is based on local support on a strictly non-commercial basis.
The Show was originally founded following a critical BBC documentary about the Llanthony Valley in 1959 called “The Dying Valley”. Local people banded together at the first Show Committee to prove that the Llanthony Valley was anything but dying! Its continuing success over the last four decades has proved how wrong that original judgment was.
The Llanthony Valley and District Show has one of the best sites of all local shows, deep in the Llanthony Valley near Llanthony Abbey, surrounded by the Black Mountains of Monmouthshire. It sits at the heart of a thriving farming community, and it’s longstanding popularity is driven by the full support of the local community.
Perhaps you would like to represent “Hoofin-About” in the real live Rodeo which is free to enter with prizes to be won.
Travelling on Friday you can camp in the field down the road from Trevelog farm. Make sure to arrive early as there is limited space in the field, camp fire in the evening or book now at The Half Moon Hotel, limited rooms for this popular event. Alternatively arrive Saturday morning, judging starts at 9am.