In Hand & Ridden Classes for ALL types of Horses/Ponies
Lots of classes for everyone & well organised, we will be back!
Lots of Rosettes & our special Star Awards
Loads of Rosettes down the line and we love the Star Awards.
£12 Entry Fees
“Amazing show, busy, well ran and fantastic people, great atmosphere”
TSR Spring Show 7th May 2018 – Onley Ec, Rugby
A SHOW FOR EVERYONE!!
Classes for ALL levels and types from Tiny Tots to Horses £12 entry fee
Walk & Trot, Equitation, Handler, Novice ROR, Walk & Trot First Ridden
ROR Novice, HOYS Coloured Horse & Pony
Equifest, Equestrian Life Champs, HOYS, NCPA, RL, SSADL, SWPA, ROR, 15 plus
Training Classes & Talent Spotting for TSR/HOYS Master Class
Compete & Train at the same event! Need to polish up, have a novice horse or would like some advice then our training classes are ideal.
Run like a class so you get the experience but you will receive feedback from the Trainer/Judge as you go!
Talent Spotting for the TSR/HOYS Master Class Training Pathway
TSR will be talent spotting from the training classes for Riders for the TSR Training Pathway. You could find your path to HOYS!
Save £20 plus you could get a TSR Sash!
A £24 Membership with TSR and you could receive ALL this!
TSR Members Sashes – In every class the 2 highest placed members get a Sash
Buy 2 entries & Get One Free worth £12 – Can only be claimed once per Adult membership
£10 Discount on a HOYS Entry at TSR Spring & Summer Show
TSR Members are eligible to enter HOYS Pony & M&M qualifiers
PLUS you can take advantage of these offers
£20 discount on PRP/OHTO Horse Box rescue – Digital Copy of Equestrian Life Magazine or discount on Sub.
£10 discount on Training Days – FREE Ask the Expert Forum – 10% off Smart Grooming Products
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TSR Spring Show 4th May 2015
TSR 2015 Spring Show Report (Read more...)
Sibling Rivalry in the Supreme and a Junior Rider beats the Adults in the Open M&M!
TSR member Eve Reading from Corby beat off 21 riders to win the Novice M&M WHP and go M&M WHP Champ with her pony Parktown Copper King. Eve then had to take on not only teh HOYS M&M Champion but her her sister Izzy in the Supreme. Izzy had won the WHP Championship on her pony Draconis Fire Bolt. Â Eve rode like a demon and was crowned Supreme of show. Eve’s Mum Kirsty said ” We are thrilled, we have only owned Copper KingÂ for two weeks and the pair have really clicked”
Rachel Cowan from Milton Keynes received an early birthday present taking theÂ Reserve Supreme with her horse So Sweet who won a strong Ridden Horse Championship. Rachel has only owned the mare for 10 days and is returning to showing after a 10 year break. To add to the rosettes she was talent spotted for the TSR/HOYS Training Pathway and will have the chance to be selected to ride in the TSR Master Class at HOYS in October.
The In Hand classes were well supported with many handlers qualifying for the new TSR In Hand Regional Finals. Victoria Leggett from Northants with her Highland Edindurno Glendronach won the Pure Bred class & was 3rd in the In Hand Pony. Emma Wilde won the Veteran class with Johndoe. Seven year old Amelia Lockhart had her debut in M&M In Hand Small Breeds after the lorry broke down on the way and she missed her ridden class. Determined to have a go she entered and went on to be overall In Hand Champion with her pony Newoak Designer Edition. Diane Cruickshank won the coloured class with Zeus.
Large entries were forward for the HOYS M&M Ridden classes Glebedale Ding Dong ridden by Rebecca Penny stole the show with the Welsh C’s amazing paces to be Champion. Beating Fly the Last Flute and Sandra Burton winners of the New Forest & Connemara class, Sarah Parker riding Kilmannan Kilty winner of the Highland, Fell & Dale section, Pumphill Banter & Isobel Lines who won the Dartmoor, Exmoor & Shetland class, India Latter & Powys Sprite Section A winners, Katie Novell & Section D winner Tresiaur Quickstep.
Reserve Champion went to the Section B winner Pendock Silver Penny ridden by 9 year old Marnie Dunne from Staffordshire. Marnie and her pony Penny proved that Junior riders can beat the adults! It was the pairs first ever HOYS M&M Open class having only contested First Ridden classes in 2014. Marnie keeps her pony at home and had lightly shown it in 2014 qualifying it for HOYS in the M&M first ridden class and was 6th in the M&M First Ridden at the RIHS. Her mum Vicki said Marnie was riding a first ridden for someone else at the TSR Spring Show so we thought we might as well take Penny and enter the class to get them some experience, we are over the moon!”
The new Intro Rider classes for New, Nervous or Novice Riders proved popular. Northamptonshire riders Nikki Reader on Collier won the Ridden Cob and Marilyn Bane won the Ridden Hunter with The Grey Reble. Olivia Minihane from Birmingham won the Retrained Racehorse class on Ice Alice, it was great to see so many forward and enjoying their new careers.