London International Horse Show Programme: Monday 19th December 2022

All timings are provisional and subject to change.

Opening Hours

8.10am Doors Open
8.40amStart of Morning Session
9.30amShopping Village Opens
12.45pmStart of Afternoon Performance
4.20pmEnd of Afternoon Performance
6.30pmStart of Evening Performance
10.25pmEnd of Evening Performance

Morning Session Schedule

The BSPS Heritage Supreme Championship sponsored by New Horizon Plastics  – Preliminary

Afternoon Performance Schedule

THE LEMIEUX SIX BAR
The BSPS Heritage Supreme Championship sponsored by New Horizon Plastics – The Final
The Kennel Club Medium Dog Jumping Grand Prix
The Devil’s Horsemen
Shetland Pony Grand National
Le Régiment de Cavalerie de la Garde Républicaine
Interval
THE MISTLETOE SPEED STAKES
Christmas Finale Prize Giving
Performance Ends

Evening Performance Schedule

MARKEL JOCKEYS JUMPING IN AID OF THE INJURED JOCKEYS FUND
The Kennel Club Medium Dog Agility Stakes Finals
The Devil’s Horsemen
Shetland Pony Grand National
Le Régiment de Cavalerie de la Garde Républicaine
Interval
THE TURKISH AIRLINES LONDON GRAND PRIX
Presentation to the Leading Rider of the Show
Christmas Finale Prize Giving
Performance Ends

Performance Notes

The LeMieux Six Bar – Riders jump down a line of 6 jumps with the jumps getting higher each time.

The Mistletoe Stakes – a speed class where the fastest rider wins. Time penalties are added for any fences knocked down.

The Markel Jockeys Jumping in aid of The Injured Jockeys Fund – some of Britain’s top jockeys have a go at showjumping.  Girls V Boys, this class is always full of thrills and spills.

Le Régiment de Cavalerie de la Garde Républicaine – The world-famous French Cavalry regiment is one of the most renowned branches of the French Gendarmerie, responsible for special security duties in the Paris area and providing guards of honour at official ceremonies. They will be bringing their historical performance “Le Carrousel des Lances” to London. This particular display has never been seen before in the UK and is quite spectacular, it features 27 riders divided into four quadrilles, each under the order of an officer.

The Turkish Airlines London Grand Prix – one of the most important classes of the week, jumped at a height of 1.60m. All those who jump clear go through to jump off against the clock.

Please check the website nearer the show for exact timings.