YARDS OPEN FROM 8.30am-1pm
Programme available from all car parks at £5.
THE PETER O’SULLEVAN LAMBOURN OPEN DAY
GOOD FRIDAY, 10th APRIL 2020 – from 8.30am
The open day is a unique opportunity to see the horses in the training establishments throughout the Lambourn Valley.
More than 25 trainers will open their yards to the public and more than 10,000 people are expected to take the opportunity to meet the horses, the trainers and to really see first hand the Lambourn racing industry.
Many yards have special exhibits and some demonstrations including horses using hydrotherapy pools.
Entry is £15 per person (children under 12 FREE) payable at all car parks.
Or £10 from 1.00pm for entry to the Afternoon Events Arena.
A 124-page souvenir programme is available from all car parks. Cost £5.
LAMBOURN TRAINERS OPEN ON GOOD FRIDAY
Use the + and – symbols on the map above to zoom or click on a trainer’s name below to find their yard.
Castle Piece Stables
Beechdown Farm Stables
Hill Barn Stables
The Old Malthouse
Parsons Close Stables
Felstead Court Stables
Whitcoombe House Stables
The Croft Stables
Kingwood House Stables
Windsor House Stables
Delamere Cottage Stables
Berkeley House Stables
2019 EVENTS THAT WERE IN THE MAIN ARENA… 2020 to be announced soon.
OUR FUNDRAISING WILL BENEFIT…
LAMBOURN VALLEY HOUSING TRUST
The Lambourn Valley Housing Trust is a Registered Charity working for the welfare of persons employed, or formerly employed or active in the horse racing industry, together with their wives, widows and dependent children, in particular by the provision of housing.
THAMES VALLEY AIR AMBULANCE
Thames Valley Air Ambulance is the local service for Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire. Thanks to support from the local community our experienced doctor and paramedic crews are able to reach people in need within minutes, ready to deliver advanced life-saving critical care that you would normally find only in a hospital A&E department.
We also support The Lambourn Church of England Primary School and other worthwhile Lambourn Valley causes.