We have a superb programme in the main ring for 2022’s South of England Show. All activities will take place throughout the show days and we’re sure we’ll have you cheering for more!

Livestock, Equestrian & Ring Timetables


We have a full programme of top class showjumping throughout. This year, showjumping will take place on all three days in the Balcombe Ring, as well as the in the Ardingly Ring, where you can watch the Grand Prix spectacular, along with the International Stairway class. See timetable for full details of event locations and timings.

Scurry Driving Competitions

Scurry driving is a fast paced sport where a pair of ponies pull a carriage around the course, aiming to get the fastest time. Watch our competitors take part in small and large scurry heats and the scurry driving championship

Inter Hunt Relay Competition

Make sure you secure a seat early as these popular competitions always draw a crowd.

The Hounds

Take advantage of this rare opportunity to see the pack of friendly hounds and huntsmen at the Parade of Footpacks on Friday and Parade of Foxhounds on Saturday. On Sunday the Cavalcade of Foxhounds takes its turn in the spotlight.

Heavy Horse Displays

Admire these stunning gentle giants of the agricultural world with displays on each day of the show. After they have left the main ring, why not pop over to the Heavy Horse Village where you can meet the horses up close and speak with their owners.

British Army Band Catterick

The British Army Band Catterick, based in Catterick Garrison is one of three Regular Army brass bands and is part of the Royal Corps of Army Music which provides musical support to state ceremonial, commemorative and community events throughout the UK and abroad.

On Saturday (2pm) & Sunday (6.45pm) they will be performing music for our patron Her Majesty The Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and the National Anthem. They will also be providing mixture of music throughout Saturday and Sunday in the Army Village at the show. The British Army Band Catterick appear by kind permission of Major General C J Ghika CBE, General Office Commanding London District.

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