The NPS holds Ridden, In Hand and Working Hunter Pony Competitions as well as Silver Medal Championships, qualifying rounds for the Royal International Horse Show Working Hunter Pony Championship and the famous NPS/ Baileys Horse Feeds Mountain & Moorland Pony of the Year
There are NPS Competitions for Mountain and Moorland ponies, Show Ponies and Show Hunter Ponies. There are also competitions for Hacks and Riding Horses.
Shows throughout the country Affiliate to the NPS and hold Qualifying Rounds. Shows between September and end March hold Winter Qualifying rounds, the Finals of which are at the NPS Spring Festival in April each year. Shows between March and September hold Summer Qualifying rounds. The finals of which are at the NPS Summer Championship Show held at Malvern in August each year.
Please note that venues who are only running Arena Eventing Challenge Qualifiers will be listed under Dressage Shows on the Map and a downloadable list can be found on the Arena Eventing Competition Page
New for 2021. Shows that have the *PS abbreviation shown in their class listing are designated British Riding Pony Premium Shows where progeny that are successful at these shows will contribute to their sires being awarded Premium status at the end of the season.
A downloadable list of Qualifying shows will be updated at the end of each month. Please click HERE to download. (UPDATED 18.6.21)
A Full list of of Dressage dates can also be downloaded HERE
*NEW FOR 2021* Please see below a download for our new qualification card that is to be used to gain qualification for the NPS/Supreme Products Young Rider Final, NPS/Black Country Saddles M&M Final and NPS/Rosettes Direct Home Produced Finals. Please use separate cards for each pony that is aiming to qualify for any of these prestigious finals, as qualification cards for these finals will no longer be awarded in the ring. If you require additional cards, please contact the office or you can download, print and fold the card above for use in the ring. The card needs to be carried by the rider and presented to the judge for signature in the ring. Once qualification has been earned the completed card must be posted to the NPS Office for qualification to be verified.