Olympia Horse Show Programme: Sunday 23rd December 2018

For more details on these classes please scroll to the bottom of the page.

Morning

8:45am – Doors Open
9:30am – The BSPS Ridden Mountain and Moorland Championship – Preliminary Judging
10:00am – Shopping Village Opens

Afternoon

12:15pm – The Holly Speed Stakes
1:15pm – The Kennel Club Medium Dog Jumping Grand Prix
1:35pm – The BSPS Ridden Mountain and Moorland Championship  – The Final
1:50pm – Osborne Refrigerators Shetland Pony Grand National
2:05pm – International Display
2:20pm – International Display
2:30pm – Interval
3:00pm – The Christmas Masters
4:00pm – Christmas Finale suported by The Hilton London Olympia
4:10pm – Performance Ends

Evening

6:00pm – The Turkish Airlines Olympia Grand Prix
8:00pm – The Kennel Club Medium Dog Agility Finals
8:20pm – Osborne Refrigerators Shetland Pony Grand National
8:35pm – International Display
8:50pm – International Display
9:00pm – Interval
9:30pm – The Mistletoe Mini Stakes
10:15pm – Christmas Finale suported by The Hilton London Olympia
10:25pm – Performance Ends

Please note all timings are subject to change. Due to timetabling, the performances can start earlier than these times so please check the website near the show for exact timings. The shopping village will close after the evening interval.

Holly Speed Stakes – A speed class where the fastest rider wins. Time penalties are added for any fences knocked down.

The Christmas Masters – There are a maximum of five rounds, and each competitor who jumps clear goes forward to the next round. Every time a competitor comes in to jump, they select a fence to be raised in height. Any penalties mean elimination and the final rider remaining wins; if there is a tie, the fastest final round is victorious.

The Turkish Airlines Olympia Grand Prix – One of the most important classes of the week, jumped at a height of 1.60m. All those who jump clear go through to jump off against the clock.

The Mistletoe Mini Stakes – A showjumping class for ponies under 128cms with junior riders (aged 12 and under) with jumps up to 1.15m. The top riders on equal faults on the first round go forward to jump off against the clock.