Join us at Badminton tomorrow to find out who will be the 2016 Champion – gates open at 7.30am, then tradestands open 9am. Admission tickets & car passes available on the gate (cash only). Sunday grandstand seats are now almost sold out but with a good forecast there are plenty of big screens on which to watch the action.
Rugby fans can meet Gloucester Rugby players Greig Laidllaw, Richard Hibbard, James Hook, Ben Morgan and Jonny May at 12noon on the Mitsubishi Motors Expo opposite the scoreboard.
Watch rescued and rehomed horses parade in the World Horse Welfare parade in the main arena 2:30pm.
Countryside lovers will enjoy the Parade of Duke of Beaufort’s Hounds at 3:45 before the afternoon’s Jumping finale.
Shop, Eat & Drink; over 500 tradestands and shopping pavilions to explore (9am – 4pm). View our shopping listings here.
Your last chance for 2016 to get a selfie near the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Trophy – (10am – 1pm at the Mitsubishi Expo)
One for the children – kids activities: children can paint or colour in a miniature invisible horse model to take home with them on the World Horse Welfare Stand whilst parents enjoy a cuppa (no.93)