Compete From The Comfort Of Your Own Home.

Online Horse Showing is an online destination where equestrians can compete against one another from the comfort of their own home.

 

Whether you're unable to attend real-life competitions due to injury, travel costs, or time constraints – or perhaps you just want to show off your horse within a friendly environment – Online Horse Showing is designed to bring the competition to you, making it super simple to enter and potentially win great prizes.

 

You can check out the scheduled classes and enter here!

 

Worldwide competitors are welcome to enter.

Entries cost £3 per class, which includes free 2nd Class mail within the UK.

(Overseas entrants will need to cover air mail costs. As of January, UK included in entry fees, EU £4.50, International £5.00. Should you win a prize you may need to cover those costs, found here.)

 

Rosettes are awarded to places 1st to 8th.

In addition to a rosette, first place winners will receive a prize/voucher kindly gifted by our sponsors. 

 

Judging will be carried out by the sponsor of each class. 

 

For tips on picking the correct photo for the correct class,

click here!

Remember to keep up to date with our monthly news

Keep an eye out for special charity classes, where all profits will be donated to a good cause.

Check out our testimonials here and out points table here.

 

Jasmine, Creator

Hi, I'm Jasmine, the owner of Online Horse Showing!

After having owned horses for many years, I recently found myself in a place where I had to give all of that up. I went from spending every day with horses, to living a life without them. With no equine contact for almost two years, I was eager to do something -- anything! -- horsey! And so, in December 2016, Online Horse Showing was born!

Thanks to everyone who supports Online Horse Showing, I am now able to live my equine dream through all of you!

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