Blenheim Horse Trials chooses BHS as 2016 charity

Blyth Tait (NZL) on Bear Necessity V
Blyth Tait and Bear Necessity V, at Blenheim last year. © Mike Bain

Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials has chosen the British Horse Society (BHS) as its nominated charity for 2016.

Funds raised by the BHS at this year’s horse trials, from September 8 to 11, will go towards the charity’s Helping Horses campaign, which is an appeal to support the work of the BHS’s welfare team.

There will be a variety of activities and displays organised by the BHS over the four days of the event, including demonstrations from some of the society’s leading riders and coaches, as well as an interactive learning zone, Henry the mechanical horse and membership offers.

Laura Pepper, BHS director of fundraising, said: “We are honoured to be nominated as Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials’ charity for 2016. Blenheim Palace is such a fabulous event for the equestrian community and we are thrilled to have this opportunity to share our work with such a passionate audience.”

Event Director Mandy Hervieu said: “We are delighted to support the BHS, which is Britain’s largest equine charity. It is a charity sure to be near to the hearts of a great many of our visitors.”

The online E-ticketing Box Office for Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials is open. If you use the promo code BHS2016, £1 will be donated to the BHS from each booking.

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