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If you’re looking for something to do with your horse or pony next Bank Holiday Monday (7 May), don’t miss this great selection you need to enter

Hunter trials

Date: 7 May
Venue: Atherstone & District Riding Club field, Nuneanton
Details: “70 and 80cm classes available with pairs, junior and senior sections. There will be rosettes to sixth place and a trophy to each winner with some classes holding qualifiers for the national hunter trials series championships.”
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Affiliated dressage

Date: 7 May
Venue: Kingston Maurward College, Dorchester
Details: “Classes from prelim to prix st georges with freestyle sections for most levels.”
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Affordable showing

Date: 7 May
Venue: Beaver Hall, Leek
Details: “This show is open to everyone with a range of classes available to enter with a variety of qualifiers. Plus, if you enter two classes, you get two further class entries free.”
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Eventer challenge

Date: 7 May
Venue: Runningwell Equestrian Centre, Chelmsford
Details: “This show has a clear round plus classes ranging between 60cm and 90cm with Sunshine Tour qualifiers and a cafe which is open all day.”
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May Day showing show

Date: 7 May
Venue: World Horse Welfare Glenda Spooner Farm, Somerton
Details: “This is a show packed full with a huge range of classes and qualifiers suitable for novice and professionals alike.”
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Cross-country clinic

Date: 7 May
Venue: Gloucester Lodge Farm, Blyth
Details: “This clinic offers riders a chance to cross-country school around either 60cm, 75cm or 90cm.”
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Unaffiliated showjumping

Date: 7 May
Venue: Rectory Farm Arena, Cirencester
Details: “This competition has a clear round plus classes starting from 65-70cm up to 110cm if number allow. All classes will be run as a single phase competition in Rectory Farm’s large 80x50m arena with rosettes to sixth place.”
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