Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials
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Media playback is not supported on this device. New Zealand's Andrew Nicholson has won the Badminton Horse Trials at the 36th attempt, two years after suffering a serious neck injury. The year-old Wiltshire-based rider was lucky not to have been paralysed after a fall in and required eight hours of surgery on his neck. He held his nerve in the show-jumping phase on Nereo to edge out Germany's defending champion Michael Jung. Overnight leader Ingrid Klimke of Germany dropped from first to ninth.
The shopping village opens on the Wednesday and boasts over retailers. The four-star competition kicks off on Wednesday, when visitors can watch the trot-up in front of Badminton House. This is followed by the dressage on Thursday and Friday, the much-anticipated cross-country on the Saturday, and finally the showjumping on Sunday. The cheapest way to buy tickets is in advance via the box office, which closes on 24 April for admission and parking. The box office for grandstand tickets and membership badges will close on 28 April. A vehicle pass does not include personal admission for the driver. Most seats in the grandstands for dressage on Thursday and Friday are unreserved and their use is included in personal admission.
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Badminton was first held in by the 10th Duke of Beaufort in order to let British riders train for international events, and was advertised as "the most important horse event in Britain". It was the second three-day event held in Britain, with the first being its inspiration — the Olympics. Eight of the 22 starters failed to complete the cross-country course. In , Badminton moved to Windsor Castle for a year, at the invitation of the Queen, in order to hold the second European Championships. Badminton was first televised in In , Badminton was held in two sections, called the Great and Little Badminton, due to the popularity of the event and the number of entries. The horses in the two sections jumped the same fences, but were separated into the two divisions based on their money winnings.
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The Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials is famous for its beautiful South Gloucestershire surroundings and its thrilling equestrian events - and this year will be no different, with the addition of the Country Living Shopping Pavilion., The Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials is the premier three day event in the world and the best horses and riders battle to win the trophy.