Visitor Information

Which day to watch?

For the dressage enthusiast, we have action packed days all weekend, with Friday afternoon starting at 1300 with the Advanced Medium warm up classes.

Saturday morning kicks off at 0800 with the Prix St Georges running until about 1400, along with Intermediate I and Young Horse Classes, the day finishes at 1900.

Sunday the biggest day of all, with the spectacle being the Grand Prix & the Cheshire Crown starts at 1345. Where you can watch Carl Hester in action!



The postcode for you to enter into your SAT NAV is CW124SW. There will also be road signs from the motorway at Junction 17 and 18 off the M6.



Visitors are welcome to bring their dogs to the show as long as they are kept on a lead and remain under control.

Owners are also responsible for cleaning up after their dogs.



Numerous mobile catering units around the Showground provide a wide choice of Snacks, Ice Cream, Sandwiches and Drinks. A public bar on the Show Ground will sell alcoholic drinks. ID will be requested



Toilets are situated all around the show site. Facilities for disabled visitors are also available.



Information and event programmes can be obtained/purchased from the secretary on site.



Somerford Park is situated half way between Congleton and Holmes Chapel, on the main A54 with easy access from the M6 at junction 18.

Gates open from 8am. Entry is charged at £10 per car or £5 per person. If you show your BD membership card this will allow you free access.

Somerford Park Farm Ltd Holmes Chapel Rd, Congleton, Cheshire, CW12 4SW