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Robin Hood comes to Suffolk

The Robin Hood Game & Country Show returns to Trinity Park in Ipswich on Saturday 15th and Sunday 16th October 2016. The show will once again feature a line-up of thrilling arena displays, a selection of have-a-go activities and family entertainment.

The event’s main arena will host breath-taking jousting displays performed in Robin Hood style by expert riders from the Stampede Stunt Display Team. The talented team will demonstrate some of the very best stunt and trick riding performed in the UK.

There will be a variety of family activities available for visitors to take part in including have-a-go archery, horse and cart rides and donkey rides.

The show is perfect for animal lovers as visitors will be able to watch ferret racing and falconry in the main arena. A section of the showground will be dedicated to the All About Dogs Show, which will feature Conquest K9, Dima from Good Boy Dog School, Have-a-go Flyball and Have-a-go Agility. Canine visitors will be able to challenge for the dock diving world record in K9 Aqua’s world famous dock-diving pool.

Hamilton Stud, will also be at the show and will lead several horse training displays. Hamilton Stud specialise in the breeding and development of Rocky Mountain horses – an American breed which originated in the state of Kentucky. Hamilton Stud’s displays will focus on round-pen training, herd behaviour and leadership skills.

For younger visitors there will be a Children’s Fun Zone filled with inflatables and fairground rides.

When energy levels flag, follow the smell of sweet fudge and sizzling sausages to the Food & Drink Court. There’s plenty of shopping to be done and the chance to sample and buy a range of scrumptious produce from fine wines to delicious cheeses.

For more information or to book discounted advance discounts where kids go free, visit www.robinhoodcountryshow.co.uk. Adult tickets will cost £7.50 when booked in advance and £10 on the gate. Concessions tickets will cost £7 online and £9 on the gate. Children can go free when booked in advance but tickets will cost £5 on the gate.

Dogs are permitted on lead, must have full and up to date inoculations and you must clear up after your dog.

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