The Woodbridge Horse Show was formed in 1871 as a way to encourage horse breeding, especially amongst the rare Suffolk Punch horses.
Over a hundred years later the show is still going from strength to strength and is now one of the largest and oldest horse show in East Anglia. Since its early formation it has grown from a few classes, to the current eleven rings featuring over 100 classes ranging from Suffolk horses, show-jumping, in-hand showing and driving. There is also a Farriery Competition and a Dog Agility Classes.
The show starts at 8.00am on May Day Bank Holiday at Trinity Park, Ipswich and continues until around 5pm. Entrance for the general public is £5 for adults and FREE for children. There is also free car parking.
A variety of trade stands and refreshments are open all day.
The Woodbridge Horse Show is proud to work with a number of local charities, including the Suffolk Horse Society.
Charity Registration No 1010454
Company Registration No 2700238