Badminton Horse Trials 2009 shopping news

  • Don’t miss Horse & Hound’s 10-page guide to Badminton — on sale 30 April — for Ian’s Stark’s views on the course and exclusive money-saving vouchers that you can redeem at the stands in the Badminton Shopping Village.

    Badminton Horse Trials: new products

    Musto‘s new cross country top, which features a clear welded pocked on the left arm containing a durably waterproof medical card, is available for sale to the public for the first time at Badminton. The knitted polyester stretch fabric top includes an extra long centre front lockable zip, thumb loops which aid fitting, and can be worn over or under a body protector. Available in sizes 8-18 for £55 at Peter Stunt (No 24) and Brocklehursts (No 81).

    Treehouse Sporting Colours is launching a new ladies event shirt at Badminton on their stand in the Rural Crafts Association tent. It is made of a 100% breathable and wicking material to keep the rider cool and dry and is available in bespoke colours and designs. It is designed to be worn under a body protector and has a white stock collar so it can also be worn under a jacket.

    To celebrate the launch of the Lynn Russell 50% Extra Range, Net-Tex and Countrywide are offering one lucky winner a lesson on turnout tips with showing supremo Lynn at stand 87.

    Countrywide is launching the new Kadence range with offers such as the Kadence turnout rug for £30 — usually £49.99 at stand 87.

    Badminton Horse Trials: special offers

    Snuggy Hoods is offering a 25% discount on turnout hoods during the show at stand 55.

    Buy a six-pack of Flair nasal strips and receive a single pack worth £7.95 free, courtesy of Horse Health at stand 92.

    Take your 30 April issue of Horse & Hound to any stand selling Puffa gilets and receive a £10 discount.

    Visit the Horse & Hound stand (stand 12) to win a £2,700 Quantum saddle and other daily prizes — and pick up your favourite magazine for £1.

    Treat yourself to a Badminton ladies’ shooting jacket for £375 (usual price £425) from Cousins of Cheltenham at stand 109.

    Bag your pooch a high-viz neckerchief worth £5 when you spend over £40 at Equafleece. Quote “H&H Badminton” offer at stand 238.

    Receive a 10% discount on Equivation’s feed bins and storage solutions. Please quote H&H offer at stand 239.

    Save £10 on Tri-zone’s standard tendon boots at Classic Dressage, Ayr Equestrian, Kate Negus, Wychanger Barton, Derbyhouse or Colne Saddlery (stands 150, 236, 19, 69, 185, 176).

    As part of the Dodson & Horrell/H&H Feed to Win campaign, anyone who picks up a voucher from H&H (stand 12) can buy a weightape from Dodson & Horrell for £4 at stand 137.

    The Mark Todd Collection is selling its universal sheet and matching travel boots in moss plaid for a Badminton-only price of £49.99 — usual combined selling price £113.94 at stand 266

    James Lock & Co is selling its navy fine felt dressage top hat for £99 — usual price £265 at stand 13

    Join the Hiho treasure hunt at stand 188 for a chance to win £1,000 of jewellery.

    Classic Dressage is offering a free pair of Kentucky breeches worth £140 with every pair of Konigs boots purchased at stand 185.

    Myler bitting advisers will be atJenny’s Tack Shop, Gibsons and Ayr Equestrian where you can claim £10 off a Parelli Myler bit (stands 204 and 150).

    British Eventing will be selling Gold Medal Club memberships for £25 with which you can pick up a gift box including vouchers. See them at the water jump.

    Horsehage will be offering free samples of its improved Mollichaff HoofKind and running a competition to win two HOYS tickets at stand 142.

    Spillers is offering visitors the chance to win a year’s supply of horse feed. Fill in a form at stand 140.

    Order any SHRL lightweight Thermatex Cooler rug at stand 244 and the delivery is free.

    Badminton Horse Trials: special events

    Country Land & Business Association: The CLA Rural Advice Stand is running a campaign to improve broadband access in rural areas and will be offering advice on an affordable way around the problem. They are also campaigning for changes to the Animals Act and will be hosting a questionnaire to improve access for riders. Experts will also be available to offer advice on every aspect of rural land management, business and business development as well as planning, finances and law.

    Riders visiting The Mark Davies Injured Riders Fund Stand (261) will be able to try out the very latest safety products, with experts on hand to offer advice throughout. The MDIRF will be raising funds through sales of the UTAG Sport Wrist Band, which electronically stores important personal and medical details in the event of an emergency, for instant access by emergency services, and the new Point-two inflatable jacket. A body protector fitting and sales service will also be available.

    If your company has a stand at Badminton and would like information included on this page, please email details to carol_phillips@ipcmedia.com

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