Olympia Horse Show Programme: Saturday 22nd December 2018

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

Morning

9:00am – Doors Open (Grand Hall)
9:30am – The Kennel Club Large Novice Dog Agility Semi-Finals
10:00am – Shopping Village Opens

Afternoon

12:30pm – The Mince Pie Stakes
2:30pm – The Kennel Club Large Novice Dog Jumping Grand Prix
2:50pm – Osborne Refrigerators Shetland Pony Grand National
3:05pm – International Display
3:20pm – International Display
3:30pm – Interval
4:00pm – The Longines FEI World CupTM  Competition
4:30pm – Christmas Finale supported by The Hilton London Olympia
4:40pm – Performance Ends

Evening

6:40pm – The FEI World CupTM  Driving Leg presented by Dodson & Horrell
7:25pm – The Kennel Club Large Novice Dog Agility Finals
7:45pm – Osborne Refrigerators Shetland Pony Grand National
8:00pm – International Display
8:15pm – International Display
8:25pm – Interval
8:55pm – The Christmas Tree Stakes
10:20pm – Christmas Finale supported by The Hilton London Olympia
10:3-pm – 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.

The Mince Pie Stakes – A showjumping class for ponies under 148cm with junior riders, jumping to a maximum height of 1.3m. Top riders on equal faults go forward to jump off against the clock.

The Longines FEI World CupTM Jumping Leg – one of the biggest showjumping competitions at Olympia, where riders with equal faults go forward to a jump-off against the clock. Riders can win points which go toward their World Longines Ranking.

The FEI World CupTM Driving Leg – A class where 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 Christmas Tree Stakes – The top riders on equal faults go forward to jump off against the clock