Following the Organisers of Withington difficult decision to not run in 2022, British Eventing are delighted to announce that Cirencester Park will now be running on Withington’s date with Withington’s classes.


Cirencester Park will now run across 30 April – 1 May and will mirror the classes which had been scheduled at Withington.  For clarity the classes that will be run are Novice, Intermediate, Advanced 2*S and 2*S Reserved for Ponies.

Earlier in the week Cirencester Park were due to run BE90, BE90 Open, BE100, BE100 Open, Novice and Open Novices classes between the 26  – 27 April.  These dates were the result of them running as a replacement fixture for Whitfield and it has been agreed that this fixture will be moved to an alternative venue within a nearby location. British Eventing will be circulating an expression of interest to event organisers with a view to seeking an alternative venue.

Helen West, Chief Executive for British Eventing said “I would like to thank Cirencester Park in giving our members the opportunity to compete across the same dates following the hard decision made by Withington to not run.  This has meant that the event scheduled, which Cirencester Park had previously assisted us with as a replacement fixture, now needs to be relocated but and I look forward to announcing where that will be within the near future.”

The Cirencester Park schedule and entries will be available as soon as possible on the fixtures link on the British Eventing website.

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