The British Horse Society (BHS) is hosting a Virtual Windsor Tea Party on Thursday May 14 at 15:30, with the stars of the Royal Windsor Horse Show, including Katie and Chris Jerram-Hunnable, Richard Waygood MBE, Richard Davison, Lizzie Greenwood-Hughes and BHS President Martin Clunes.
The hour-long virtual event, hosted by Martin Clunes and Lizzie Greenwood-Hughes, will feature fascinating interviews and insights from top names associated with the show.
Other highlights will include talks with Captain Sean Nicholls, Riding Master of the Household Cavalry on what it takes to put together the spectacle that is the Musical Ride. Richard Waygood MBE and Richard Davison will also be sharing their highlights of Royal Windsor, what to look for in an equestrian superstar and their memories of the 2012 London Olympics.
Katie and Chris Jerram-Hunnable will be talking about what Royal Windsor means to them, their greatest memories from the show and what it is like to ride Her Majesty The Queen’s horse.
In addition, there will be an opportunity to find out from the BHS Welfare Team about how to spot the subtle signs of laminitis, hear about how the BHS is supporting riding schools through the pandemic, as well as virtual presentations by Martin Clunes for the BHS Long Service Awards recipients.
The event is open to all and free of charge. Full details, including timetable and how to register is available at bhs.org.uk/virtual-windsor.
Registration closes at noon on Wednesday May 13 2020.
As the largest equine charity in the UK, The British Horse Society is dedicated to education, equine welfare, protecting and increasing access to bridleways and equestrian routes, and safety for horse and riders. The Society’s thriving and active community of staff and volunteers are committed to improving the lives of horses everywhere.