New title sponsor for Nunney International Horse Trials

PUBLISHED: 12:59 12 April 2018 | UPDATED: 12:59 12 April 2018

Action from the 2017 Nunney Trials

Action from the 2017 Nunney Trials

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Organisers of Nunney International Horse Trials have announced a new title sponsor for the event, which takes place from June 15 to 17, writes Lucy Johnson.

Duo have come on board to support the competition, which includes a prestigious CIC2* class.

The company provides a comprehensive package of solutions for quarrying, aggregate recycling and material recycling industries, with over 35 years’ experience.

Nunney International Horse Trials is staged in the spectacular grounds of the grade II listed Southfield House and since the inaugural competition in 2012, it has grown in stature, attracting many of the sport’s most well-known names. Hundreds of visitors flock to the venue to enjoy watching them in action, as well as browsing the many tradestands and sampling food from an eclectic array of catering stands.

Organiser Bridget Parker said: “We are delighted that Duo have come on board to support Nunney International Horse Trials and we are very much looking forward to entertaining representatives from the company over the course of the three days.”

A range of classes are run over the three days from BE100 to the CIC2* class with upper limit prize money offered across the levels.

Southfield House offers a spectacular backdrop to the showjumping arena, with ringside seating, and trade stands within very close reach while the cross-country course offers the chance to enjoy rolling Somerset countryside, with strategically placed pitstops for a cup of coffee or snack.

Entry is free for spectators on Friday and £12 per car on Saturday and Sunday.

Visit www.nunneyhorsetrials.co.uk for more details.


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