Organiser reveals plans for 2024.
The National Equine Show, which ran for the first time at the NEC, Birmingham on 4/5 March, looks set to grow.
This year’s event attracted “just under” 10,000 visitors and 174 trade exhibitors over the two days, says organiser Racoon Events.
The 2024 show is to move to a 10,000 square meter hall to accommodate the extra trade stands that have already committed, they add.
Charlotte Dujardin is among the famous faces booked to appear next year.
The National Equine Show offers the equestrian public shopping plus demonstrations, equestrian celebrities and educational seminars.
“The whole team were completely blown away by the response to the show,” said event director Liz Ormesher. “The event was a joy and I want to thank everyone who came, our ambassadors, our supporters, and of course our sponsors.”
Next year’s dates are 2/3 March.