|1st Prize||£90,000||11th Prize||£5,000|
|2nd Prize||£50,000||12th Prize (48+ starters)||£4,000|
|3rd Prize||£36,000||13th Prize (52+ starters)||£3,750|
|4th Prize||£26,000||14th Prize (56+ starters)||£3,500|
|5th Prize||£19,000||15th Prize (60+ starters)||£3,000|
|6th Prize||£15,000||16th Prize (64+ starters)||£2,750|
|7th Prize||£12,000||17th Prize (68+ starters)||£2,500|
|8th Prize||£10,000||18th Prize (72+ starters)||£2,250|
|9th Prize||£7,500||19th Prize (76+ starters)||£2,000|
|10th Prize||£6,500||20th Prize (80+ starters)||£2,000|
|All prize money will be awarded to the owners|
The Land Rover Perpetual Challenge Trophy presented by Land Rover will be awarded to the winning owner. A miniature of the Land Rover Perpetual Challenge Trophy will be awarded to the owner and to the rider of the winning horse.
The Burghley Challenge Cup presented by the Sixth Marquess of Exeter will be awarded to the winning rider.
The Henry Tate Challenge Cup presented by Sir Henry Tate, Bart, will be awarded to the owner of the second horse.
The Sugden Challenge Trophy presented by Miss Nora C. Sugden will be awarded to the rider of the second horse.
The Stamford Challenge Cup presented by Stamford Town Council will be awarded to the owner of the third horse.
Dawson of Stamford Ltd. presents a silver photo frame to the third placed athlete.
A miniature of the Land Rover Perpetual Challenge Trophy presented by LAND ROVER will be awarded to the highest placed British Rider who is competing for the first time at Burghley.
Pol Roger Champagne will present a jeroboam of Pol Roger Champagne to the winning rider and a magnum to the riders placed second and third.
The British Horse Foundation will present the Richard Matson Memorial Trophy and a £1,000 prize to the Breeder of the highest placed British Bred Horse providing it finishes in the first twelve places.
Rolex Grand Slam of Eventing: a cash prize of $350,000 will be awarded to the rider who wins Kentucky CCI**** (USA), Badminton CCI**** and Burghley CCI****. Such wins may cover more than one calendar year and may begin with any of the three competitions, but must occur consecutively.
FEI Classics: Burghley is part of this series. Points won at each of the 4 Star events in the series go towards prizes for the athlete(s) with the most points over the year.
Peden Bloodstock International Pairs Challenge is an additional competition held within the CCI4*. The top 15 highest ranked British Riders are paired, in reverse order, with the top 15 ‘Rest of the World’ riders. i.e. British Rider ranked 1st is paired with the ‘rest of the world’ rider ranked 15th. A total of £4,000 in prize money is available for pairings placed 1st – 3rd.
Sport Horse Breeding of Great Britain will present a bronze and rosette to the owner of the highest placed horse sired by an SHB (GB) Graded Stallion or HIS Premium Stallion, provided it finishes in the first twelve places.
Twemlows Stud Farm will award a scholarship for two embryos to the highest placed British domiciled mare completing the competition providing it is placed in the top 20.
The Worshipful Company of Farriers will award a rosette and a plaque to the owner of the ‘best shod horse’, and a plaque to the registered farrier responsible for its feet and shoeing.