Taking place from July 23 to 25, at the picturesque Weston Park in Shropshire, HorseFest will see horse fans coming together to learn, celebrate, have fun and create special memories.
Based in Wednesbury, in the West Midlands, John Oates Horseboxes has more than 30 years’ experience designing and building 3.5 ton horseboxes.
The team offer innovative design and high quality manufacturing, creating affordable horseboxes to the customer’s exact requirements without compromising high safety standards.
Whether horse owners are looking for an entry level or a high specification luxury horsebox they can be assured that every John Oates Horsebox is fit for purpose, perfectly designed and beautifully finished.
Said Heidi Hunter-Cope of HorseFest: “We are delighted to welcome John Oates Horseboxes as our presenting partner, in the first year of this exciting new event, and we are looking forward to working closely with the team.”
Added Michael Oates Haddock, Managing Director of John Oates Horseboxes: “HorseFest is a fantastic new concept and a great addition to the events calendar and we are very pleased to be working in conjunction with the organisers as presenting partner.
“We will have our range of horseboxes on display throughout HorseFest and look forward to seeing current and new clients over the three days.”
HorseFest promises a packed line-up that includes a variety of interactive and inclusive performances and demonstrations from top riders and experts across all areas of the equestrian world, allowing festivalgoers to learn and develop their own knowledge in an inspirational and caring environment.
The very own Tiger himself, Jay Halim, a John Oates Horseboxes ambassador, will be passing on his show jumping tips for the top, while Grand Prix dressage rider, Sam Turner, will showcase the training techniques that have seen her reach the upper echelons of the sport with her traditional gypsy cob, Billy Whiz.
Event rider, Lissa Green will also showcase her wealth of knowledge at HorseFest when discussing ‘Training for Imperfection’ bringing the concept to life with her young horses as they go through gymnastic exercises, related distances and lines, and working towards the importance of trust and straightness.
Gillian Higgins the brains behind Horses Inside Out will also be in attendance providing a fascinating insight into equine locomotion, training, management and welfare from an anatomical perspective.
At night, unwind, relax or dance the night away with the live music and entertainment or get involved with fun quizzes as you treat yourself to a drink or two!
Throughout the event there will be a variety of tasty and innovative food stalls and bars as well as a shopping village that will include horsey and lifestyle stands to browse and enjoy.
For further information and to book your tickets visit www.horsefest.org