From Saturday 28 July and the whole week leading up to the Magic Millions Festival of British Eventing all arenas, courses and working in surfaces for dressage, show jumping and the cross country will be aerovated.
The ground at Gatcombe Park is demanding but the team at The Festival have many years of experience in preparing the ground enabling it to be as favourable as possible to host the British Championships, and this year’s event is no exception.
Captain Mark Phillips, Chairman and Cross-Country Course Designer commented “We’ve been mowing the track since the Spring and have a great covering of grass. The aerator will soften the surface to give the horses the best possible footing after the long period of drought.”
Entries are still being accepted for the five British Championships and the Advanced Class being held at the Magic Millions Festival of British Eventing 3-5 August. To enter visit www.bdwp.co.uk/gat/