The programme for Olympia 2018 will be announced in Spring 2018.
For more details on these classes please scroll to the bottom of the page.
8:30am – Doors Open (Grand Hall)
8:50am – The Olympia Senior Showing Series Championships sponsored by Anthony D Evans Insurance
10:00am – Shopping Village Opens
11:00am – The Snowflake Stakes
12:45pm – The FEI World CupTM Driving Leg presented by Dodson & Horrell
1:25pm – The Kennel Club Small Dog Speed Jumping Grand Prix
1:45pm – The Osborne Refrigerators Shetland Pony Grand National
2.00pm – International Display – The Chilean Huasos
2:15pm – International Display – The Metropolitan Police Activity Ride
2:25pm – Interval
3:00pm – The Keith Prowse Snowman Stakes
4:25pm – Christmas Finale supported by the Hilton, London Olympia
4:35pm – Performance Ends
Evening – ‘Race Night’
6:45pm – Markel Champions Challenge, in aid of the Injured Jockeys Fund
7:15pm – The Kennel Club Small Dog Agility Finals
7:35pm – The Osborne Refrigerators Shetland Pony Grand National
7:50pm – International Display – The Chilean Huasos
8:05pm – International Display – The Metropolitan Police Activity Ride
8:15pm – Interval
8:55pm – The Longines Christmas Cracker
10:20pm – Christmas Finale supported by the Hilton, London Olympia
10:30pm – Performance Ends
Please note all timings are subject to change. Due to timetabling, the performances can start earlier than these times so it is better to check the website near the show for exact timings. The shopping village will close after the evening interval.
The Snowflake Stakes – A winning round jumping class where the fastest round with the fewest faults wins.
The FEI World CupTM Driving Leg presented by Dodson & Horrell – a team of four horses and one driver drive a carriage around, through and over a set of obstacles against the clock, with two grooms also on the carriage. Faults are gained if an obstacle is knocked or the incorrect route is taken, the top score with least faults wins.
The Keith Prowse Snowman Stakes – A winning round competition where the top ten riders from the first round go through to a jump off. Any penalties gained in the first round are carried forward.
The Markel Champions Challenge in aid of the Injured Jockeys Fund – a team of jump jockeys will compete against a team of flat jockeys in a high speed jump relay race!
The Longines Christmas Cracker – The leading riders on equal faults go through to a jump off against the clock at a height of 1.60m.