HOYS, as the Horse of the Year Show is fondly known, is an indoor championship horse show held annually at the NEC, Birmingham in October with showjumping, showing, dressage, driving, mounted games and equestrian displays

Dressage riders Charlotte Dujardin and Phoebe Peters are among those with new sponsorship deals

Showing connections pay tributes to Bob Templeton, ‘one of the most successful producers of all time’

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Chloe Chubb’s showing blog: Early HOYS and RIHS tickets for Warwick

H&H’s showing blogger has made an excellent start to the season with her New Forest stallion, picking up tickets for HOYS and RIHS at their first attempt

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Pop star joins Horse of the Year Show team

Former X Factor winner becomes honorary president of the Horse of the Year Show

A jump at HOYS

New HOYS showjumping finals for amateurs

Two new championship finals have been created for British Showjumping (BS) national members competing between 90cm and 1.30m

The public box office for this year’s show opens later this week, while previous HOYS visitors can buy tickets now

Horse of the Year Show has announced that Sports Horse Breeding of Great Britain will no longer run its hunter qualifiers because of the sociey’s new safety headgear rule

Alice Homer gets in some jumping practice — next year she'll be competing in nursery novice stakes

Loraine Homer’s showing blog: baby ponies, hunting fun and new HOYS part-bred classes

It’s as hectic as ever after HOYS, with young ponies to bring on, nice horses to hunt and a trip to New York in the offing


New format for Arab championships at Horse of the Year Show

Next year’s Arab championship at Horse of the Year Show (HOYS) is to be run under a different format


Talks on British Showjumping’s rankings system continue

Reports that British Showjumping is scrapping its combined rankings system — which is used to select British riders for Horse of the Year Show (HOYS) are not true, says BS, which is working to find a solution with HOYS