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A fun way to promote your business!

 

 

"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."

 

Each month we run a variety of online photo classes, anything from the more serious classes, i.e Condition and Turnout, to the more fun classes, such as Best Selfie. At the end of the month, our sponsors for each individual class will rank their favourites in order of 1st - 10th. 1st place will win a prize or voucher very kindly donated by the sponsor of your class. Beautiful rosettes are awarded to all 10 competitors who were placed.

 

 

What does sponsorship mean and what's required?


Sponsorship is a monthly opportunity for a business to get involved with an online horse show. What you receive from sponsoring:

 

 

  • Business name placed on our rosette tails.

  • You're entitled to supply us with information about your website which will feature alongside your logo.

  • You will receive *free advertising throughout the month on our Facebook page.

  • You will get to judge your sponsored class.

 

 

What we require from you:

  • Sponsorship packages start from £5.

  • A small prize/ voucher for 1st place or purchase one of our packages which offer a prize.

*Advertising is a minimum of once per month.

If you're interested please contact jasmine@onlinehorseshowing.com or use the form provided below, for further information.

Online Horse Showing

About our Judges / Sponsors:
 

J. Surples:

"I have been around horses for 12 years and have been showing for the majority of them. I showed on the lead rein as a child and also competed in the first ridden classes on a section a. I then moved onto a Hunter pony and competed him to county level. I currently have an ISRT who I have high hopes for in the future. I have also ridden and shown multiple different types of horses for other people. Regarding my judging experience, I have stewarded for experienced panel judges for many years and have competed a BSPS young judges course which I thoroughly enjoyed. I have a few judging appointments booked for this season and next and am hoping to join a few panels in the coming years."

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T. Crowden:

I have been around horses for as long as I can remember, over 25yrs and owned horses for the last 20years. We have probably been showing properly for the 10years or so, myself on the flat and working hunter with my sister who is also number 1 groom and really none of it would be possible without her. We have mainly cobs and hunters, a lot we have purchased as 4yr olds, some backed some not and bought them through from their first show to the higher levels. We have done a lot of judging at our local riding clubs as enjoying the satisfaction of giving back to where we started out. I hope to next year look at becoming a qualified ride judge.

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G. Rooney:
I have been around horses since I was born. My mother is a retired Olympic groom who I have learnt many tips and tricks from over the years especially turning out and presenting a horse/pony for competition to a high standard. I compete regularly mainly in dressage and flat showing but now in working hunter and show-jumping. I have broken and produced my own Connemara from wild 4-year-old to a county level competition pony. I have just competed at Equifest with my Connemara who placed top 10 in 6 out of 6 classes over 3 days also getting into the prestigious evening performance. I judge at my local equestrian club shows and steward at county shows. Hoping one day to become a mountain and moorland panel judge. I also volunteer at local horse trials in my area and mix a variety of roles from fence judging, ring steward, scorer and dressage writer. My aim for the years to come is to qualify my home produced Connemara for HOYS (Horse Of The Year Show).

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Interested in being part of the team? Please fill in your details via our form by clicking here.

Sponsor's/Judge's comments:

 

"I loved sponsoring, thank you so much. I'd love to do it again sometime!"

 

"One of the best sights is that through the horses ears. Lovely entries well done everyone".

 

"Okay that was a very tough job as all were fantastic entries."

 

"I appreciate the opportunity to show my work in the UK!"

 

"I've finished judging my class, loved it"

 

"Thanks for running such a great comp!"

"This was extremely hard to judge, I have never seen so many gorgeous faces!"

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