Our equestrian competitions

From Irish Draught horses to working hunter ponies, the equine events have always played an important role in the Lincolnshire Show. Over the years the show jumping competitions, scurry classes and heavy horse turnouts have proved a popular attraction in the Clydesdale Yorkshire Bank Main Ring.

SCHEDULES: If you would like an equine schedule for the 2016 Lincolnshire Show please send an A5 SAE with either 2 x 1st class stamps or a large 1st / 2nd class stamp marked with 'HORSE' (so that you are sent the correct schedule and entry forms) to:

The Equine Secretary, Lincolnshire Agricultural Society, Lincolnshire Showground, Grange-de-Lings, Lincoln, LN2 2NA.

Online Showjumping entries are now open, alternatively please download the below forms, to complete and sign before sending them to the Equine Secretary at the above address. (Please note, all entries must be made with a Booking Form for the Exhibitor and an Entry Form for EACH Animal). The closing date for Showjumping entries is Tuesday 7th June 2016.

Equine Booking Form

Equine Entry Form

If you have any queries about Horse and Pony entries please contact the Livestock and Equine Secretary on 01522 585511 or email Livestock@lincolnshireshowground.co.uk

Schedule Amends:

Page 40 - Ex Racehorse

PHASE 1: Jumping to be judged: 8 rustic jumps ( 2' 6" to 3 foot with a maximum spread of 85 centimeters )


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Route & Directions for Horseboxes

Please note that, for this year, horseboxes and equine traffic travelling from the east or south of the county, whose route is via Lincoln city, will be directed along the B1398 (Burton Road) to the A1500 (Tillbridge Lane) and enter the Showground via Gate 6. Equine traffic travelling from the South, West or Nottinghamshire should turn onto the A57 and follow the signage via Saxilby and Sturton by Stow to Gate 6 on the A1500 (Tillbridge Lane).

There is NO ACCESS to the Show for horseboxes from the A15 and this route should be avoided.

How many entries are there in my class?

Please CLICK HERE to see the number of entrants in each class. Please note that these may not be the final number of entries forward on the day.

what time and where will my class take place?

For the Equine Ring timetables for both days of the Show CLICK HERE. To View the Main Ring Timetable CLICK HERE.

What time are the classes judged?

The horse and pony rings programmes are in the Equine Prize Schedule. The rings programme will be available on the Lincolnshire Show web site in June and in the Equine Catalogue which will be available on show days.

Which day are the horses judged?

Most of the horse classes such as the Ridden Hunter and In-Hand Shires are judged on Wednesday. The horse ring timetable can be found in the front of the prize schedule.

Which day are the ponies judged?

The pony classes, including the Children's Riding Ponies and the Show Hunter Ponies, are judged on Thursday. The pony ring timetable can be found in the front of the prize schedule.

Which day is the Private Driving?

The Private Driving class is usually the first display to be held in the Main Ring on Wednesday.

When will my tickets arrive?

Exhibitor tickets, passes and numbers and the updated rings programme will be posted out to you at the end of May or in early June.

Will I receive a VAT receipt for my entries?

All entries will receive a VAT receipt via email. Entries are processed on a daily basis so please send your entries in early.

When is the prize money sent out?

The prize money will be issued on the day in the form of a voucher that can be redeemed at the Thomas Cook Bank on site, or up to the end of July via post.

How much does it cost to enter a class?

The entry fees for each class can be found in the Livestock and Equine Prize Schedules.