Rampton Horse Show takes place on the historic Parkland site in the village of Rampton, Cambridgeshire. The site, which is also known locally as Giant’s Hill, is easily accessible from the road for horse trailers and lorries. There is no charge for entry and there is plenty of space for free parking, but as always if you want the best spots, we recommend arriving early and making a day of it.
The map shows the location of the Showground. Rampton Village itself is easily reached coming from the A14 through Histon and Cottenham. On entering Rampton from Cottenham, the Showground is immediately visible on your left, just before the Church. There will be stewards on the gate from 8am on the day of the Show to help you in.
Use of the Parkland site for the Show is by kind permission of Cambridgeshire County Farms Estate and English Heritage.
Rampton Horse Show is a traditional village horse show with classes in-hand and for riders of all abilities. The Show has been running annually in September for thirty years. There is a full day of classes, ranging from Showing, Dressage, Working Hunter, Show Jumping with cash prizes, Gymkhana and Fun classes, such as Fancy Dress.
Everybody is welcome. From horses to ponies, veterans to youngstock, experienced to novice, there is something for all of you. If you have been before, then we looking forward to seeing you again this year. If it your first time, then please come along and find out what makes Rampton Horse Show one of the friendliest, local Shows in the eastern region.
The Show has a relaxed, family atmosphere with plenty of good-natured competition. Classes can be entered in advance or on the day, so if you arrive and fancy your chances at some additional classes then it is easily done. The Show takes place on the historic Parkland site in Rampton village just adjacent to All Saints Church. There’s plenty of parking on the site for trailers and horseboxes, and refreshments are available all day including some excellent coffee and bacon butties! There’s also a show photographer on hand to catch your sporting moments.