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British Show Pony Society

The British Show Pony Society (BSPS) is an organisation which oversees affiliated show pony, hunter pony and working hunter pony competitions in the United Kingdom.

The country is divided into 25 areas, plus Scotland, and members join the appropriate area for where they live. Members earn points by competing at shows in their area.

The society was formed in 1949.


The showing of horses is widespread around the UK. BSPS gives a large range of classes for the affiliated show rider or horse. Riders and their horses are required to compete against other top quality show horses, reaching standards higher than before, it is a very large community.

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