Join the Show Committee

Passionate about horses and ponies?

Interested in showing?

Would you like to help organise the Woodbridge Horse Show?

We’re looking for people to join the Show Committee and help us make the show even more successful.

We’re especially keen to find people for the following roles:

  • Someone who has an interest in Suffolk Horses to act as a liaison between us, the Suffolk Horse Society and the owners.
  • Someone who has an interest in Driving to promote the show within the Driving community.
  • Someone to organise catering and trade-stands.

If you are interested in joining the committee or would just like some more information please email us at

Thank You

Thank You

And that’s a wrap for 2022. Well done to everyone that took part.
Remember to head over to Eventing Focus to have a look at all of the photos from today. A few more unofficial photos will hopefully be posted here tomorrow.
A massive Thank You to all of our Judges and Stewards, our Volunteer groups and Sponsors. And a very special Thank You to the Ipswich and Felixstowe Air Cadets for staying until the end and helping us pack up the jumps!!
See you all next year.


Please note that we will not be able to accept card payments on the day of the show. If you are entering on the day you will need to bring cash or cheque. Thank You

This also applies to any payments taken on the gate (either for public admission or cars parking in the lorry park). The nearest cash point is at Sainsburys.

2022 President

The Show Committee would like to introduce our President for the 2022 Woodbridge Horse Show, Lady Gill Aldous.

‘I am delighted to have been asked by my friend ,Ann Tolhurst, to be President of Woodbridge Show this year, which I have pleasure in accepting.
Memories galore, about the show, we as a family spent many happy years with our children and ponies and horses. We also tried and tested other venues.
Suffolk horses, I had numerous friends that kept and bred them with success. I took great interest and often went to shows learning the finer art on judging. Traditional agriculture work has gone by the wayside, and I think it is going to be taken over by forestry work, for which the size and shape will be suitable.
I wish everyone a happy and successful day.’