Henley Show 2015

All the Fun of the Farm Back at Henley Show

Heavy horses, dancing sheep and giant Tortoises…what’s not to like? Come and see them along with many more attractions at the Henley Farm & Country Show tomorrow (Saturday 11 September) at Hambleden Showground on the Marlow Road.

Popular fun fair rides, sheep dog and falconry displays are all back this year.  There’s something for everyone at Henley Show and bring your four-legged friend to enter in the dog shows.

You can get up close to all the farm animals.  Cattle entries this year include unusual breeds that have not been seen at the show for many years including British White and Beef Shorthorn.

Vintage cars and vehicles will be on display including a pair of 1940’s Foden lorries along with steam driven vehicles and traction engines.

There will be plenty of food and drink outlets including a Stag & Huntsman bar and a pop-up Luscombe’s offering lunch and afternoon tea.

Simmons & Sons Estate Agents are to proud to be the main sponsor of the event again this year and the organisers have ensured that event is Covid secure.

There will be three rings of horse riding competitions to watch and the displays in the Main Ring and Ring Four are detailed below:


8.15Class 101 Open Ridden Hunter
9.15Class 102 H & DAA Challenge Stakes (Show Jumping)
11.00Ridden Heavy Horses
11.45Class 103 Henley Farm & Country Show Area Trial (Show Jumping)
13.15Private Driving Display
14.00Grand Parade of Vehicles featuring class winners
14.45Grand Parade of Animals featuring class winners
15.30Class 104 Light Trade Driving
16.15Parade of the Kimblewick Hunt
17.00Bugler and the lowering of the flag


10.30Gamegoer Working Dog Demonstration
11.10Richard Savory’s Sheep Show
11.50Falconry Display Team
12.30Sheepdog & Duck Display
13.10Richard Savory’s Sheep Show
13.50Falconry Display Team
14.30Gamegoer Working Dog Demonstration
15.10Richard Savory’s Sheep Show
15.50Sheepdog & Duck Display

More information and to book tickets go to https://www.thehenleyshow.co.uk/


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