Sarah Chapman explains how you should present your horse or pony for your individual inhand show or the conformation phase of a ridden class.
Sara Parrott produces horses and ponies for the show ring with her partner, Craig Eleanor. Together they have enjoyed countless successes at HOYS and RIHS, from show hacks to mini mountain and moorlands. This issue, she gives us six steps for preparing a novice for the showring. ‘Preparing a novice pony for the show […]
For advice on any aspect of Welfare it is best to get in touch with organisations such as World Horse Welfare, BHS, Redwings etc Check Out the Following links for guides on Are you Suitably Mounted?LaminitisTransportBHS Code of Practice for Horses & Ponies at Events
Download our handy check list of What you Should do and take when going to a show! BHS Horse & Pony At Events Welfare Code of Practice Redwings Transport Leaflet
Download our info sheet with tips and advice on the different types of shows and performing a winning show with your horse/pony!
What tack should my horse/ pony wear to compete in a showing class? Whether you are competing in a class at your local show or looking to aim at the next level, youneed to ensure your turnout is correct for the class to make that all important first impression tothe judge(s). General rules: ❖ Tack […]
Preparing your horse for showing is a fun job, but it is time consuming and requires a largeamount elbow grease! That said a few moments each day to keep on top of grooming andtrimming, plus with a little help from www.smartgrooming.co.uk you can achieve an immaculateappearance. Smart Grooming provide a 10% discount for all TSR […]
Welcome to the TSR guide. This is a guide to help you whether you are completely new to showing or are looking for general guidance. First impressions First Impressions count. When you walk in the ring you want to be remembered for the right reasons. The overall impression should be smart, appropriate, safe and comfortable […]