Spire Edinburgh Hospitals partner with the Royal Highland Show 2018

11 April 2018

Spire Edinburgh Hospitals are delighted to announce their partnership with the Royal Highland Show 2018.

Celebrating its 178th year, The Royal Highland Show is one of Scotland's most iconic events, showcasing the very best of farming, food and rural life. As part of the four day event, the Royal Highland Show hosts the largest Scottish Show Jumping event in Scotland and the North of England.

Our partnership with the Royal Highland Show will see the Grand Prix change its name to ‘Spire Edinburgh Hospitals Grand Prix’ for the 2018 Show. Taking place on Saturday 23 June, the event is one of the highlights of the Royal Highland Show and is the ultimate test for horse and rider in technical skills, and incredible entertainment for all.

“The Royal Highland Show is a premier event for the equestrian world,” says David Jackson, Royal Highland Show Manager. “It is truly inspiring to witness the skill and dedication that the competitors bring to the competition."

Kenneth Hay, Hospital Director at Spire Edinburgh Hospitals says, “The Royal Highland Show is one of Scotland’s most important events, highlighting the best of farming and rural life. It’s also a key event for the equestrian world and we’re delighted to be sponsoring such a prestigious occasion and are looking forward to enjoying the display of skill and expertise on show, particularly during Saturday’s Show Jumping Grand Prix.”

The Royal Highland Show will take place at the Royal Highland Centre, Ingliston, Edinburgh on 21 to 24 June 2018.

For further information on the Royal Highland Show please visit www.royalhighlandshow.org.

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