The Showing Register is a membership society for everyone who shows ridden and in hand horses and ponies. We offer training, advice and shows for all rider experience levels and all horse and pony breeds and types.
Passionate about showing we are here to encourage and support at ALL levels from local shows to Championship level.
TSR has been successfully supporting exhibitors and the showing community since it was founded in 2012 by Gail and Sarah Chapman, and it is now being driven forward by the Grandstand team who have provided support to the TSR members since its inception. The team are committed to supporting amateur riders in showing, and driving forward opportunities for amateurs throughout the season.
Training, Help & Support
TSR is here to HELP you with all aspects of showing your horse or pony. We are passionate about training and we hold Clinics across the country, we also have lots of free information on our website. We can put you in touch with a showing expert in your area or why not get in contact and ask us a question.
TSR Training Pathway
Exclusively for Amateurs the TSR Training Pathway identifies and supports riders at all levels to help them achieve their showing ambitions through fun, friendly training and development of the horse and rider.
TSR Amateur Rider/Handler of the Year
Exclusively for Amateurs this competition is the culmination of the Talent Spotting Clinic Series. A VERY friendly and supportive competition for ALL levels of rider.
We hold a TSR organised show which looks to welcome all amateur competitors and supporters with a really friendly and relaxed setting. The TSR Show is now held at Stoneleigh Park, Warwickshire. With classes for all types of horses and ponies for all levels of rider.
Premier Amateur Show
This amateur only show will play host to all the ridden Horse of the Year Show qualifier classes with the winners of each class gaining qualification to the Arena of Dreams at the NEC, Birmingham in October. This exclusive direct route to HOYS is an opportunity to reward those amateurs competing at the top of the sport.