ALL CHANGE AS INTERNATIONAL HORSE TRIALS RETURNS

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Photo: The Jockey Club

Event offers boost for families as spectators under 17 get in free – and clothing partner named. 

Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials is back with a new look on 16 – 19 September.

The event, which was cancelled due to Covid in 2020, is organised for the first time this year by The Jockey Club.  

The Mark Todd Collection has been appointed Blenheim International Horse Trials’ Official Clothing Partner. 

The event takes place in Oxfordshire, against the backdrop of Blenheim Palace, seat of the Duke of Marlborough and birthplace of Sir Winston Churchill. 

The Mark Todd Collection has worked with its namesake, the dual Olympic gold medal-winning eventer Sir Mark Todd, since the brand’s launch 25 years ago. 

The collection showcased at September’s event will include an exclusive Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials range. 

“I’m delighted to be working with The Jockey Club and share their vision and enthusiasm in making the event bigger, better and bringing a fresh approach to the sport” said David Mitson, CEO of brand owner HLM Investment Group. 

Added Jack Royle, head of partnerships for The Jockey Club west region: “We are passionate about working with high quality brands to build and develop the Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials, so the Mark Todd Collection is the perfect fit for us.”

In line with the admission policy at all venues operated by The Jockey Club, Blenheim visitors aged 17 years and under will be admitted free when accompanied by an adult. 

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