18th & 19th September 2021
EVENTING NORTH YORKSHIRE
Allerton Park Horse Trials will hold Advanced, Intermediate, Novice and BE100 classes.
Our event has a reputation for being vibrant with a ‘big show ‘ atmosphere and friendly volunteers.
Come and compete on our exciting Cross Country courses designed by Ian Stark, through 250 acres of undulating parkland with scenic views, lakes and woodland.
Extremely easy access from the A1(M), with arenas and tracks all easily accessible from the central lorry park.
Come along and enjoy an exciting weekend of sport in our stunning North Yorkshire parkland with Allerton Castle in the background.
Take a walk in the countryside by the lakes with their swans and other wildlife. Bring a picnic, or have a relaxed snack at one of our catering facilities watching the show jumping, or the thrills and spills at the water jump.
Look round our tradestands and enjoy the atmosphere of the competition.
Our scenic venue is easily accessed from the A168, just south of Boroughbridge.
Allerton Park Horse Trials is a spectacular event, with all the excitement of sport in a stunning environment. A great opportunity to advertise your company to all our competitors and visitors.
In return for your sponsorship for our event you, your clients and colleagues can enjoy our generous hospitality in a most beautiful setting, with all the thrills of the ultimate equine sport to make it a truly memorable occasion.
Do take a look at our range of sponsorship opportunities which we can tailor to your company’s requirements.
The event promises to be a great day out for all the family.
Spectators are well catered for with excellent views of the course, many trade stands including a licenced bar and refreshments.
Allerton Park Horse Trials are run by Lady Nell Mowbray and John Johnstone with their Committee and a team of over 200 other volunteers.
The event has been held annually for over 20 years becoming an important date within the British Eventing Calendar, attracting over 500 riders from the 4 higher levels of national Eventing and over 2,500 visitors.
The Park was originally part of the grounds of Allerton Castle which forms an impressive backdrop to the stunning lakeside venue
Allerton Park Horse Trials
The Stables, Knaresborough, North Yorkshire, HG5 0SE
Easily accessible from A1
Please note: the entrance to the Trials is via the A168 which runs alongside the A1M between junctions 47 and 48.
There is no access to the Trials via the A59 all traffic must use the A168 entrance.
Please contact us well in advance of the trials if you wish to volunteer at the above address, or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
ABOUT ALLERTON PARK HORSE TRIALS
Allerton Park is private parkland located next to Allerton Castle and is only open to the public on special dates throughout the year. Allerton Park Horse Trials is run by Lady Mowbray and John Johnstone and a team of over 200 volunteers. The event has been held for over 15 years, becoming an important date within the British Eventing Calendar, attracting over 500 riders of all levels and over 2,500 visitors.
Eventing is an all-round test of horsemanship. It’s one of very few sports that genuinely allow people to compete equally, whatever their experience. Men and women, amateurs and champions, young and experienced horses all compete fairly against each other, making it truly exciting for riders and spectators.
Revised Cross Country Courses designed by Olympic Medallist Ian Stark
The courses, designed by Olympic Medallist Ian Stark (pictured), present a wide variety of challenges and be designed as flowing tracks over the undulating terrain. Bold fences, natural features and permanent sturdy constructions all put the riders to the test. Ian was featured in the BBC 1 Programme Chatsworth and also BBC Local coverage of Bramham Horse Trials. In this lakeside setting, we focus on the island water complex, making exciting viewing. Our course builder is Dominic Lawrence who helped to build the 2012 Olympic Course.
Allerton Park Horse Trials Map
ABOUT ALLERTON PARK HORSE TRIALS
Allerton Park Horse Trials have been held annually in September for over 20 years, and have become an important date in the British Eventing calendar, attracting about 500 riders from all over the country, and over 2,500 visitors each year.
The Park was originally part of the grounds of Allerton Castle which overlooks our stunning lakeside venue, that extends over nearly 300 acres of undulating pasture, woodland and lakes.
The four cross country tracks extend throughout the park and include one of the only Advanced tracks in the north of the country, which was added when the Olympic medallist Ian Stark joined our team as designer in 2010.
Allerton Park Horse Trials are fully affiliated to British Eventing, our sport’s national governing body which provides guidance on management, Health & Safety, and technical advice.
The trials are run as a Limited Liability Partnership with all the net profit being used for improvement of the event facilities and competition tracks, and where possible donations are made to charities eg. Yorkshire Air Ambulance, Riding for the Disabled.
ALLERTON PARK HORSE TRIALS SITE MAP
Eventing is an all-round test of horsemanship. It is one of a very few sports that genuinely allow people to compete equally, whatever their experience. Men and women, amateurs and champions, young and experiences horses all compete fairly against each other, making it truly exciting for riders and spectators.
In the one-day format each rider/horse combination competes in Dressage, Show Jumping and Cross Country within a day, so you can see all the phases going on at once.
The Committee is most grateful to the landowner Lord Mowbray and Stourton for hosting this event and for the many years he organised the Horse Trials. We thank our grazier Simon Armstrong who looks after the pasture so well and is exceptionally tolerant of our requests to move his sheep about, and generously loaning his machinery.
Allerton Park Horse Trials Committee are hugely grateful to our enormous band of volunteers who help throughout the year and over the event weekend, without whose help the event would not run.
Another group of generous contributors we wish to thank are our Sponsors, both those that provide financial backing and those whose valued contribution comes in the form of loaned vehicles or services.
Trials wouldn’t happen without volunteers.
An event of this scale takes many months of planning and over 150 people are involved in one way or another to make the event weekend happen. We are always interested in hearing from anyone who wants to get involved as a volunteer Full training will be given.