The 2018 London Pantomime Horse ( & Sloth) Race –
FILM & TV edition – Sunday 16th December 2018

The reserve list is now officially open. Register early to secure your team’s choice of Film or TV star ‘Horse’

This year, we will also be debuting a 2nd race.. the Sloth & Cart Race. A much SLOWER paced version of the traditional London Pantomime Horse Race, featuring 4 teams of (2 legged) Sloths & their passengers (2 legged) Horses.
Places for the Sloth race are extremely limited so ensure to reserve your place without delay.

Visit www.pantohorserace.org for further details or reserve directly via [email protected]

Twitter: @LondonPHRace
Facebook: www.facebook.com/pantohorserace.org

2018 RACE THEME ANNOUNCEMENT

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The 9th London Pantomime Horse Race 2018 – The FILM & TV edition

DECEMBER 2018 (Date TBA)

In the world of TV & fILM, everything seems just that little bit bigger and a lot more surreal. This will prove no exception as to what is being planned for the 9th Annual London Pantomime Horse Race.

FILM & TV Theme: Entrants will be required to dress up their  Panto Horse, in the style of their favourite Movie/TV character.

”  Early Bird RESERVE LIST.  Ensure to reserve your place as early as possible – & secure the name of your chosen ‘FILM&TV’ entry. (Horse pun entry names are not essential in the 2018 race -but extra brownie points will be awarded to the most imaginative Horse-Pun based Team names.   Email [email protected] to reserve.

TV Interview – London Live 2.12.17 with Dave Hill / Mark Biddiss

Slade Guitarist &  true ‘Rock Icon Dave Hill, along with London Pantomime Horse Race’organiser Mark Biddiss, will both be interviewed today (Saturday 2nd December 2017) on ‘London Live’  at approximately 12:20pm GMT.  We will be discussing the ‘Rock/Pop Icons’  themed event on Sunday 10th December, plus the ‘Dave Hill(s) Glam Rock Experience’, #HoofLife and Dave Hills new Autobiography ‘So here it is’.   Watch Live via  http://www.londonlive.co.uk/tv

Dave Hill has also delivered a message to ‘The London Pantomime Horse Race’.

"A fantastically silly must-see event"