All equestrian roads lead to Windsor for the final day of the 2019 Royal Windsor Horse Show. Show jumping, dressage and carriage driving all feature in the grounds of Windsor Castle and tickets are available.
The five-day Royal Windsor Horse Show attracting visitors from around the world and a favourite destination for the Queen draws to a close today with a multitude of events.
Among the highlights is show jumping and the Rolex Grand Prix which takes centre stage in the Castle Arena. The Pony Club is prominent in the Frogmore Arena while the Copper Horse Arena includes Side Saddle Concours d’Elegance and Appaloosas, In Hand and Ridden. Meanwhile Home Park is the place to be for the Land Rover International Driving Grand Prix.
A full timetable of events can be viewed on the ‘Royal Windsor Horse Show’ website.
Gates open from 7am.
Tickets in advance are available via the ‘Get Tickets’ link.
Travel tips: Windsor & Eton Riverside Station is approximately a 5 minute walk from the entrance to the Show and served by South West Trains allowing travel from London Waterloo in the east and many towns in the south and west via Staines. We advise checking National Rail for train times before you travel. The Royal Windsor Horse Show is located in the Private Grounds of Windsor Castle.