Royal Windsor Horse Show will be in its 69th year in 2012. It has been held in Windsor since 1943 when it was started to raise funds for World War II. Her Majesty The Queen is its patron and His Royal Highness, The Duke of Edinburgh, its President.
In 2012 the Royal Windsor Horse Show will also celebrate Her Majesty's Diamond Jubilee year and some of the acts from the Diamond Jubilee Pageant will also be participating in the Horse Show programme when they will run their full displays in the main arena.
Over 3000 horses and ponies come together at the Show competing in jumping, international driving, dressage and showing classes.
Diamond Jubilee Pageant ticket holders are welcome to come into The Horse Show free of charge where they can enjoy the 200 plus shops, cafes and restaurants, can visit the Pageant's 'Education Pavilion' hosted by The Royal Geographic Society and watch the horse show competitions in the outside rings.
If you wish to watch the action in the main arena you will need to purchase a Horse Show ticket by visiting the website or telephoning 0844 581 4960
For further information please visit the show site by clicking here