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Virtual Windsor Tea Party

Virtual Windsor Tea Party – Thursday 14 May
  Thank you to everyone who joined us for our virtual afternoon tea with the stars of Royal Windsor Horse Show.

 

 

 

The Virtual Tea Party

Sadly, but understandably the Royal Windsor Horse Show has been cancelled for this year but do not worry we are bringing you a little slice of Windsor straight to your living room. So, grab yourself a cup of tea and some cake, sit back and enjoy the entertainment.
 

Timetable

Find out more about this year’s Virtual Royal Windsor from Simon Brooks-Ward the Show’s Director. Katie and Chris Hunnable-Jerram will be sharing their favourite Windsor moments. Richard Waygood MBE and Richard Davison will be giving us the inside story of what they are up to during lockdown and in true Windsor style we will be joined by the Riding Master of HM The Queen’s Household Cavalry who will be telling us what’s it’s really like to put together the amazing spectacle that is the Musical Ride. We will also be sharing updates from our Welfare team and how we are supporting our Approved Riding Schools through these unprecedented times.

15:30

Introduction from Martin Clunes, president of the BHS and James Hick, Chief Executive Officer.

15:35

Simon Brooks-Ward welcomes you to virtual Royal Windsor Horse Show – where to go, what to do and a behind the scenes look at why they are doing it

15:40

Join Katie Jerram-Hunnable and Chris Hunnable talking about what Windsor means to them, their greatest wins and experiences at the show and what it is like riding HM the Queen’s Horses

15:45

Virtual presentation of 15-year Long Service Awards

15:50

Lizzie Greenwood-Hughes talks Road Safety

15:55

Laminitis Q&A with the British Horse Society Welfare team

16:05

Captain Sean Nicholls – Riding Master of the Household Cavalry – what it is really like to put together the amazing spectacle that is the Musical Ride

16:10

How has the equestrian community and our riding schools been affected by Coronavirus?

16:20

Virtual presentation of 20-year Long Service Awards

16:25

Join Richard Waygood MBE and Richard Davison as they discuss their memories of RWHS, what they are doing with their horses during lockdown and their thoughts on the Olympics.

16:30

Thank you for joining us for tea and cake at Windsor


Facebook competition

We loved seeing you all enjoying the programme! Thank you for sending us your photos of your tea party set ups, the winner of the competition was ‘Helen Corbett’ – Congratulations Helen, we hope your limited-edition Emma Bridgewater mugs make your next tea party truly special!
 

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