19th & 20th June 2019 - Celebrating 150 Years of the Lincolnshire Show

The Lincolnshire Showground

Grange De Lings



Horses for Courses

It's no secret that most dog owners are animal lovers and that dogs and horses go hand in hand (or paw in hoof). If you love anything equestrian, then Lincoln is definitely going to be a hit for you with a huge amount of Equine sports and events in the main ring, along with many other horse classes throughout the show in the numerous horse rings.

Here are just some of the equine offerings from Lincoln Show 2019, you might even be lucky enough to witness some equestrian celebrities like we were when showjumping superstar John Whitaker himself entered the ring.

Concours Carriage Driving


Scurry Driving

Heavy Horses

Horses not your thing? No Problem. There are so many more attractions at Lincolnshire show and we're not just talking about what's in the main ring. Of course, if you're an adrenalin junkie, then why not take a ringside seat and watch the death-defying leaps from the motocross riders? Or if that doesn't tickle your fancy, take a walk to the Victorian circus and say hello to the strong men, who are always happy to pose for a picture! Unless you're a petrol head of course, then why not take a look at the huge amount of vehicles, both on display and for sale, everything from luxury sports cars to the massive machines on offer from JCB, new tractors and everything a farmer would ever need. 


Everybody now!

"Oh I got twenty acres and you got forty threeeee"

But what is the one thing that all dog owners have in common?

They love to shop for their dogs.

Well, there's no problem on that front because there was plenty of opportunities to shop at Lincolnshire show, with a huge amount of stalls selling dog coats, dog products and dog food along with a number of charities and good causes there raising money. Pawsome.

They even had a Dog Creche!

Courtesy of Jerry Green Dog Rescue


What more can we say about the Lincoln Show? Other than it's a great day out for dog owners, and roll on next year!


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