Get the lowdown on this fixture from Eventing magazine's horse trials guide — including what riders say about the event, plus vital statistics
Date: Saturday 8 – Sunday 9 August 2015
Entries open: 2 July
Ballot date: 16 July at 12 noon
Entries close: 29 July
Link to Chilham Castle (2) entries: www.britisheventing.com/chilham-castle-2
How to get there
Chilham Park is situated between Canterbury and Ashford on the A252.
What the organisers say
The dressage arenas are in a quiet location with a large grass warm-up area. FEI dressage is held on the castle lawn.
The showjumping courses are set by John Farrell and are centrally sited on grass.
The cross-country runs over undulating terrain and old parkland. All of our courses are designed by Scott Brickell, with the introduction of a major new water complex in 2013. The course fits naturally into the environment with a mixture of portable and permanent fences.
The BE80(T) is straightforward and intended as an honest introduction to eventing as it reflects a true BE track at this level.
We are proud of our BE90 and BE100 courses, which are well supported. We are continually making small changes to provide riders with new questions.
The novice course is a fair test, but challenging enough to give riders looking to move up a level a good indication as to whether they are ready.
The CIC* uses additional areas of the park with new fences to provide an exciting course at this level.
The courses suit all types of horses and riders.
What the riders say
Percentage of cross-country clears 2014
BE100 Pony: 83%
BE100 Open: 68%
BE90 RF: 90%
BE90 Open: 86%
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