Join Wesleyan Equestrian at the Royal Windsor Horse Show in the United Kingdom in May

Tentative Itinerary includes: The Royal Windsor Horse Show at Windsor Castle; tours of The National Stud, Newmarket Racecourse, Cambridge, Windsor Castle, American Cemetery, Kensington Palace (including afternoon tea), Newnham College; punting and a cruise on the River Thames; London Eye VIP experience; Princess Diana Memorial Fountain and garden walk; Changing of the Guard and the Royal Mews at Buckingham Palace; Magna Carta signing site; and an evening to explore London on your own.

Cost: $3,300 friends, family, and alumnae


Airport transportation Macon to Atlanta round trip

Airfare non-stop to Atlanta to London round trip

Hotels, hotel transfers, breakfast and dinner, event tickets, event transportation

You are invited to join Wesleyan College for this trip of a lifetime. Experience the history and pageantry that accompanies some of the United Kingdom’s greatest sites and traditions.The Royal Windsor Horse Show has been held for five days in May or June annually since 1943, and is the UK’s largest outdoor premier show. Located in the private grounds of Windsor Castle, it is the only time of year the grounds are opened up to the public and the only show in the UK to host the very best of international competition across four FEI disciplines (Dressage, Showjumping, Driving, and Endurance) with over 180 classes of Showing.

Other trip highlights include The National Stud, an integral part of the British thoroughbred industry for more than 100 years. Visitors can expect to see yearlings and stallions, as well as mares with their young foals in the paddocks. The guided tour will explain the history behind The Stud and an overview of the work that goes into producing the future champions of the turf. Other adventures include visiting The Newmarket Racecourse, established in 1667 and often referred to as the headquarters of British horseracing and home to the largest cluster of training yards in the country, and the iconic Changing of the Guard at Buckingham Palace.

To learn more about the trip and to register, contact Catherine Texter Baker, head equestrian coach and director of the Nancy Ellis Knox Equestrian Center, at or (478) 757-5111.

Wesleyan’s equestrians compete in the IHSA (Intercollegiate Horse Show Association) in both hunt seat and western and in the IDA (Intercollegiate Dressage Association) in dressage. The community is invited to visit the Nancy Ellis Knox Equestrian Center, located right on campus, tour our horse boarding facilities,

and learn about taking lessons with Coach Baker.

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