If you’ve ever dreamed of being a TV presenter like Horse & Country’s Jenny Rudall, now’s your chance. For the first time ever, Horse & Country is holding open auditions during the Mitsubishi Motors Badminton Horse Trials, for the chance to present on the channel.
Horse & Country’s stand at Badminton will be set up for budding presenters to come and film an audition, with the winning entrant getting the chance to interview a top rider for a future episode of hit show Rudall’s Round-Up.
The Horse & Country team will be on hand at stand number 262 on Beaufort Way, ready to film the audition tapes. Entrants will have one minute to talk direct to camera on any one of three topics:
Every day throughout Badminton H&C TV will be putting the best auditions up on their website and, from these, the panel of expert judges will chose one outright winner.
The winner, along with a friend, will get the chance to come to a future recording of Rudall’s Round-Up and interview a top rider, with Jenny on hand to provide expert guidance.
The interview will appear on Horse & Country TV and, with the latest figures showing that over a million people regularly tune into the channel, who knows what it could lead to.
There’ll be two filming sessions every day at Badminton. To audition, simply come along to the H&C stand between 11am and 1pm or 3pm and 5pm Wednesday to Saturday, or 11am to 1pm only on Sunday.
In the meantime grab your hairbrush, get in front of that mirror and practise, practise, practise!
Entrants under the age of 18 will need to bring along their parents or guardian to give their written permission to take part.