The BSHA is currently busy processing memberships, horse registrations and affiliations in readiness for the forthcoming 2017 Show Season
This year the BSHA will be holding its popular Southern Spring Show but this year it moves to a new venue, Summerhouse Equestrian Centre in Hardwicke, Gloucestershire and will also, for the first time, be taking entries online via the Equo Entry System.
The show is holding is usual array of classes which include RIHS qualifiers for Hacks, Cobs, Riding Horses, Small, Ridden, Ladies & Amateur Hunters; new for 2017 is “Owners Class”, this open to both Professionals’ and Amateurs’ alike but even if the Amateurs horse has been ridden by a Professional Producer during the current season, they can compete themselves in this class. The Show is open to both Members and Non-Members of the Association but Non-Members will require a Day Ticket for some classes.

Also new for 2017 is the BSHA Spring Showing Festival, a two day show to be held at Addington Manor Equestrian Centre on Saturday 6th & Sunday 7th May. Again, the show is open to both Members and Non-Members of the Association and includes the CHAPS South East Regional HOYS coloured qualifiers. There is a large number of unaffiliated classes planned for Hacks, Cobs, Riding Horses, Hunters and Irish Draughts, with qualifiers for the BSHA National Championship Show, the Royal International Horse Show, Ponies (UK) Winter Championship 2018 and the Blue Chip & Irish Draught Horse Society (GB) £2,000 Challenge. Entries for this Show will also be available to enter online via the Equo Entry System.
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