The Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials 2019 Was £21.99 now £4.99 Price: £4.99 Relive the excitement at the 2019 event as the worlds best competed for the iconic trophy.
On her 25th attempt at this level Great Britain's Piggy French finally won her first 5 star on Trevor Dicken's 14 year old mare Vanir Kamira and there isn't a more deserving winner of the final Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials.
Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials 2018 Was £21.99 now £4.99 Price: £4.99 Relive the excitement at the 2018 event as the world's best competed for the iconic trophy.
The 2018 Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials saw a new Dressage scoring system introduced whereby the coefficient was dropped so this resulted in the Dressage scores being not nearly so influential. Oliver Townend was going for the Rolex Grand Slam after his wins at Burghley and Kentucky and led the Dressage on his Burghley winner Ballaghmor Class.
With beautiful weather suddenly breaking out over Badminton Park on the Saturday record crowds witnessed a dramatic cross country day, with the speed machine Classic Moet and Jonelle Price the only combination to get near the optimum time on very holding ground to draw level on points with Townend and Ballaghmor Class and into the lead with her better time. She then produced an immaculate clear on the Sunday on her flying thoroughbred to secure her first Badminton title, the first woman to win since 2007.
Approx 45 mins
Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials 2017 Was £19.99 now £4.99 Price: £4.99 The Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials 2017 was undoubtedly one of the greats!
With a stellar field of international riders including a number of previous winners, this was surely a Badminton to go down in the history books as Andrew Nicholson finally won the title he so richly deserved being his 37th completion!
This years DVD features a 52 minute highlights programme with commentary by Lizzie Greenwood-Hughes and Mike Tucker. Extras include the top 3 dressage tests and cross country rounds from Ingrid Klimke, Michael Jung and Andrew Nicholson in full.
Badminton Review DVD 2016 Was £12.99 now £4.99 Price: £4.99 77 Combinations took part in the 2016 Badminton Horse Trials, which was celebrating 25 years sponsorship with Mitsubishi Motors.
Clear favourite, Michael Jung riding his amazing horse La Biosthetique Sam, was going for the $350,000 Rolex Grand Slam as well as the £80,000 first prize. They never had a moments worry as they outclassed their 76 rivals to post a record winning score, leading from start to finish.
This year's DVD features a 20 mins course walk with Lizzie Greenwood Hughes and Harry Meade, followed by a 52 min highlights programme. In additional Michael Jung and Emily King's full dresssage tests are separate chapters.
Approx 80 mins
Badminton Review DVD 2014 Was £12.99 now £4.99 Price: £4.99
Eighty three combinations from fourteen Nations contested the 2014 running of the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials with five previous winners in the line-up. The main talking point was new course designer Giseppe Della Chiesa's cross country test which had "big" written all over it. Most riders and pundits were very complimentary after walking it as innovation had been well balanced with tradition to provide a very imposing but fair test. However after overnight rain two jumping efforts were taken out leaving thirty numbered fences and forty one jumping efforts but few could have foreseen how influencial the cross country would be on the final outcome as wind rain and testing underfoot conditions all played their part in adding to the fearsome jumping test . Comprehensive cross country coverage is sandwiched between the best of the dressage and an extraordinary showjumping finale that made this a Badminton that will be talked about for many years to come.
With 3rd placed Harry Meade in the expert commentator's chair this 2 hour programme is a comprehensive review of this thrilling event and a must for all eventing enthusiasts.
Approx 120 mins
Badminton Review DVD 2013 Was £21.99 now £4.99 Price: £4.99 The 2013 Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials was the most eagerly awaited in recent times, with both Andrew Nicholson and William Fox-Pitt qualified to win the Rolex Grand Slam if they triumphed at this year's event on either of their two horses, plus the presence of Olympic, World and European Gold medallist Michael Jung with the amazing La Biosthetique Sam. But the title would go to the triumphant young New Zealander, Jock Paget. Extensive coverage of the cross country is sandwiched between the best of the dressage and the last rounds of the showjumping. Commentary by Jamie Hawksfield and Mike Tucker. Approx. 120 mins. An MBPtv Production for Equestrian Vision.
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CLICK HERE to see Little Book of Badminton and Badminton DVD offer Burghley Horse Trials 2013 Was £16.99 now £4.99 Price: £4.99 This year's big question centred on how 67 partnerships from 11 countries would manage the newly designed 'Start and Finish' of Captain Mark Phillips' cross country test: in particular the intensity of the first five minutes. In the dressage phase it was Jonathan 'Jock' Paget and Clifton Promise who set the pace, with Ingrid Klimke with FRH Butts Abraxxas on their Burghley debut attracting less than 40 penalty points. William Fox-Pitt in fourth place, led the British challenge on his 2011 Burghley Champion Parkland Hawk. The final day brought early disappointment for Jonathan Paget having to withdraw but with one showjumping fence in hand over both Andrew Nicholson and William Fox-Pitt, the overnight leaders still had the chance to emulate Ginny Leng and Master Craftsman, the last horse and rider partnership 24 years earlier in 1989 to win both Badminton and Burghley in the same season. Presented by Clare Balding. Approx. 131 mins. SPECIAL OFFER £4.99 Burghley 2012 Was £16.99 now £4.99 Price: £4.99 The Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials 2012 review DVD.
Burghleys popularity reached new heights in 2012 with a record attendance of 178,000 fans and no less than six previous Burghley Champions and seven London 2012 Olympic medallists among the eighty five entries from eleven countries. Duration 114 minutes
Burghley 2011 Was £16.99 now £4.99 Price: £4.99 Celebrating its 50th Anniversary the centre piece of this years Autumn Classic of Eventing was undoubtedly the retro styled Cross Country track designed by Captain Mark Phillips with the spectacular new lake crossing at its heart .
Presented by Clare Balding and Commentary by David Goldstrom and Matt Ryan. Approx 102 mins duration.
Burghley 2009 Was £15.99 now £4.99 Price: £4.99 In blustery conditions, the 49th Burghley Horse Trials attracted 80 of the world's best horses and riders, representing 12 nations from Europe, New Zealand, Australia, Brazil and North America. After the opening dressage phase, Oliver Townend on Carousel Quest led the way but with just 12 penalties separating the top 25, the competition was wide open as 77 contenders prepared for the crucial cross country phase. Despite incurring 3.2 time penalties, he narrowly retained the lead but with just one show jumping fence in hand over Australia's Sam Griffiths on Happy Times and two in hand over New Zealand's Caroline Powell on Lenamore and America's Phillip Dutton on Truluck. Presented by Clare Balding, this DVD is approx 98 mins. Burghley 2006 - DVD Was £14.99 now £4.99 Price: £4.99 Championship Highlights plus Winners Analysis & Final Results. Presented by Clare Balding, watch Andrew Hoy attempt the chance of winning the $250,000 Rolex Grand Slam on Moon Fleet. However Lucinda Fredericks on Headley Britannia had the ride of a lifetime to take top honours. Approx 104 mins. FEI European Jumping Championships Aachen 2015 Was £21.99 now £4.99 Price: £4.99 This DVD consists of 2 x 52 minute programmes covering the best of the action from the team and individual competitions.
The Netherlands took the top spot yet again to cement their position as the best in the world, ably led by the amazing Jeroen Dubbeldam riding his wonder horse Zenith. The ever consistent Germany was second with Switzerland edging out Great Britain for the bronze position.
Dubbeldam showed why he is one of the greats by having 5 faultless rounds apart from 1 time fault, the only combination not to lower a pole throughout the competition and therefore taking gold.
Approx 104 mins