All you need to know about what to expect when visiting the LeMieux National Dressage Championships at Somerford Park this September.
Nationals shopping village
With a whole host of premium equestrian shopping outlets in one location, treat yourself — or your horse — with a visit to the Nationals Shopping Village! Here you’ll find some of Britain’s best equine brands, featuring everything from leather goods and saddlery to rider wear and gifts. Find out more about the list of trade stands below.
Located in between the Nationals shopping village and the arenas, the food court will have a range of food and drink options available to make sure you're fully refreshed during your visit. Find out more about all of the food options below.
Your Nationals hospitality must have ticket! Watch the dressage competition in style and upgrade your ticket to the Nationals Pavilion. Located in between arenas one and two, the Pavilion offers prime, close-up viewing of both arenas from your table. The exclusive Pavilion menu will offer a variety of food and drink for you to purchase to enjoy whilst watching the competition, with table service so you won't miss a minute of the action.
The Nationals Pavilion tickets cost just £50 (+ booking fee) for Thursday or Friday, or £60 (+ booking fee) for Saturday or Sunday. Don't miss your chance to buy the best seats in the house!
Join Kim Ratcliffe and John Bowen each day as they bring you commentary, informed opinion, interviews and plenty of dressage banter on the action from the main LeMieux Arena.
Getting to Somerford Park
Located just off the M6, Somerford can be easily accessed by both visitors and competitors with horse boxes. Thinking of staying near Somerford? we have a list of nearby accommodation.
Frequently asked questions
All of the answers you need on attending the LeMieux Nationals:
Want to get a head start on knowing your way around Somerford Park? Take a look at our venue site map below, available to download as a PDF.
The LeMieux Grand Prix and Kudos Grand Prix Freestyle are being livestreamed via Horse&Country TV. All classes in the main arena will be available to view on demand after the show, with clips available to buy.