Badminton Horse Trials: 7 things you mustn’t forget to pack
PUBLISHED: 17:03 28 April 2015 | UPDATED: 09:34 21 July 2015
Badminton Horse Trials takes place on 6-10 May 2015 in Gloucestershire – we pick 7 things to pack to ensure you channel the Cotswold style at the most prestigious event in the equestrian calendar
An amazing bag: the BVS Bespoke Grafton Handbag
Big enough for binoculars and a camera, as well as your other daily essentials, the Grafton Handbag will be designed to your specification in the colours and materials of your choice – luxuriously beautiful, yet practical.
A snugly blanket: the Lily and Lime Lambswool Throw
If you decide to make a weekend of it and camp at Badminton, then this cable knit blanket from Lily and Lime is a must-have to ensuring a cosy camping evening.
Beat the weather: the Giraffe-shop Golf Umbrella
It’s a fact of life that if you forget the umbrella it's bound to rain, so don’t get caught out at Badminton with this cool canine-inspired brolly. Plus, whether you love a black Labrador or a Bichon Frise, you can choose the breed of dog print to adorn it!
An equine-inspired bracelet: The Hiho Silver Snaffle Bracelet
Use your jewellery to channel the Badminton vibe with a solid sterling silver and two tone bracelet - first brought to the UK for the Badminton Horse Trials; the piece has been a best seller from the word go.
A pair of comfy waterproof boots: the Toggi Canyon Riding Boots
The mud will be no match in a pair of these stylish riding boots. Perfect for riding, but also great for strolling around the British countryside whatever the weather.
A tweed accessory: the Harris Tweed coin purse
It’s practically the uniform at Badminton, but if you don’t fancy going too full on with the tweed this year, then try some accessories in this gorgeous heritage fabric to complete your day look.
A picnic feast: the Hampton Gourmet Trotter
Described as the Range Rover of picnicking, the picnic hamper from Gourmet Trotter means you can tuck into a picnic lunch in style. Full of everything you need to have civilised meal al fresco – from glasses and porcelain plates to salt and pepper grinders.
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