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Hickstead forced to downgrade Royal Interntional Horse Show

The All England Jumping Course at Hickstead has made the 'difficult' decision to run the Royal International Horse Show under a new format this season because of the ongoing Covid situation and restrictions on international travel.

The July fixture would normally host five-star international classes including the Longines King George V Gold Cup and the feature event, the Longines FEI Jumping Nations Cup of Great Britain, along with crowds of up to 50,000 across the six days.

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Written by: Community Sport Reporter

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