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04 April 2022

RoR Showcase live is returning to Hartpury University & College on Saturday 23rd April

Tickets for this year’s Retraining of Racehorses (RoR) Showcase live on Saturday 23rd April are now on sale. The last live event in 2019 was also hosted at Hartpury; there will be a superb line up of former racehorses with experts giving live demos and advice in showing, dressage, eventing, endurance, showjumping, as well as displays in polo, horseball, side-saddle and western riding. 

Di Arbuthnot, RoR Chief Executive said: “This is a fantastic opportunity to come along and meet a host of experts and industry professionals all under one roof. We hope too that with tickets available to buy in advance for just £15, this is an affordable day out packed with inspiration and ideas for both those current and any potential new owners of former racehorses.”

The day features 11 demonstrations in the main indoor arena, more up-close clinics in the second indoor arena and a RoR ‘Ask the Experts’ Education Zone where the day’s experts and trainers will be available to ask questions. Former racehorse and winner of the 2015 Cheltenham Gold Cup, Coneygree will be in Katie Jerram-Hunnable’s demonstration. She will be giving tips on how to improve ringcraft and overall performance in the show ring. 

Other star retired racehorses joining the showcase day include HM The Queen’s former racehorse Quadrille, who was the winner of the 2020 RoR Horse of the Year and RoR Elite Champion. Quadrille is ridden by Louise Robson who is the founder of Thoroughbred Dressage, which works exclusively with retired thoroughbreds. She will be joined by Charlotte Alexander and former Grade 1 winner Saphir Du Rheu. A display of Western Riding from top instructor Emma Chapman will be riding her former racehorse Midnight Robbery.  Tickets start from £10 and can be purchased here

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