Badminton Horse Trials 2016: The Invisible Horse Trail

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If you are attending the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials this weekend, you simply must do The Invisible Horse Trial. It has been organised by World Horse Welfare, which helps to raise awareness about the suffering of many millions of horses each year that goes unnoticed.

Fourteen painted horses have been dotted around the beautiful grounds at Badminton. You can set off on a journey of discovery and collect a stamp when you find each hidden horse.

Blossom by Julian Seaman is number 13 on The Invisible Horse Trail

Blossom by Julian Seaman is number 13 on The Invisible Horse Trail

Once  you have found all of the horses, take your card to the World Horse Welfare’s stand for your chance to win a pair of Ariat Berwick Boots worth £349.99… or a horse adoption!

Those who have painted the horses include Sir Mark Todd, Julian Seaman, David Shilling and Katie O’Sullivan. Sponsors such as The Jockey Club, Haygain, Mitsubishi Motors and many others are also supporting this great cause.

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