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THE BOX OFFICE IS NOW OPEN FOR BLENHEIM PALACE INTERNATIONAL HORSE TRIALS 2024

The buzz of Blenheim Palace International Horse Trials returns for 2024 and will be held from 19-22 September in the stunning grounds of Blenheim Palace. Join them for four days packed with exciting, top-class eventing showcasing the very best of equestrian sport.Returning for their second year as organisers, Stable Events are excited to build on the success of the 2023 event, where they saw a record attendance of visitors in recent years. Over 28,000 visitors attended the event over the four days of competition, enjoying an extensive increase in shopping opportunities and entertainment. With more tradestands being added this year, further entertainment and enhanced offerings to members, this is an event not to be missed.Event Organiser, Katrina Midgley comments, “We are thrilled to be back for 2024 and have a lot of exciting plans to make the event even better than last year. We recognise how special this event is to so many and it’s a significant date in the eventing diary.”The Box Office is open, so make sure you book your tickets now on the website www.bpiht.co.uk to be part of the action and take advantage of the advanced ticket offer with 20% off (ends 31 March). Standard parking remains free of charge, entry for those aged 12 and under is free, plus there are options to add on your grandstand and members tickets. Make the most of the long weekend and book your camping or glamping tickets so that you’re really in amongst the action.

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