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2019 NPS Scotland Championships Branded Clothing

Orders are now open for the 2019 range of NPS Scotland polo shirt, hoodies, and zip tops which have the NPS Scotland logo embroidered on the front with the names of all the ponies entered at our 2019 BLAIR FINALS printed on the back (similar to those you can purchase at HOYS PC Champs etc).  An excellent memento of your day at the NPS Scotland Championships at Blair Castle 2019.


The items are of excellent quality, the same as last year. The 2019 colours are a royal blue with a navy blue inner.

Following requests,  we have introduced a full zip jacket with no hood that is made of the sweatshirt fabric for 2019.  Please note this item is only available in navy blue.

Please make your orders as soon as possible.  ORDERS WILL CLOSE ON WEDNESDAY 31ST JULY 2019.  I’m afraid NO ORDERS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER THIS DATE.

This year your orders will be posted out to you to arrive before the 23rd August 2019 for the Championships.

Orders can be made by:



By post by printing off the following form NPS Scotland Promotional Merchandise 2019

Summer Show Update!

Please click below for the latest information on the Summer Show

Exhibitors Letter

Summer Show 2019 Class sizes at close of entries

Saturday 8th June 2019
Strathallan Castle, Auchterarder PH3 1JZ

The NPS Scotland Committee are delighted to say that, after a three year absence, we are to be returning back to Strathallan Castle for our Summer Show 2019, by very kind permission of Anna Roberts.

We are in the process of completely revamping the schedule, with new classes, a new timetable and a complete refresh of this event.

We very much hope you will put the date in your diary and support this Show. It is one of the most fantastic venues in Scotland and we are all delighted to be returning to what we like to call our ‘home ground’.

Below is everything you need to know about the NPS Summer Show 2019 including the Dressage details

Summer Show 2019 Dressage Details

Summer Show 2019 Entry Form

Summer Show 2019 Schedule

Summer Show 2019 Timetable

Summer Show 2019 Judges List

Summer Show 2019 Sponsorship Form

Please click the link below for online entry

Enter Online

Horse and rider

Please click below for the latest information on the Summer Show

Exhibitors Letter

Summer Show 2019 Class sizes at close of entries

Strathallan Castle, Auchterarder Dressage

NPS Scotland Summer Show Dressage

Strathallan Castle, Auchterarder PH3 1JZ

Saturday 8th June 2019

Open to NPS members and non-members –

Please click the link below for online entry

Enter Online

Prelim 7 and Novice 24

Entries can be pre entered or made on the day.

Dressage will be run on a self-declaration system that you choose a time that fits with your own timetable.

Times will be available from 10am – 2pm on the day.

This competition is a qualifier for the National Pony Society/FIONA CORK SADDLES Dressage Final which will be run in accordance with the 2018/2019 NPS Dressage Rules. (membership is not required to qualify, but is required to compete at the finals)

2018 Points Scheme Winner!

A short introduction to our 2018 winner of the Points, and Lady Faifax Lucy Trophy.   Glenmore of Roisbheinn owned by Sophie Beaumont, an outstanding example of the versatility of the native breeds.
Points Scheme Pic 22018 was an amazing year for Glenmore of Roisbheinn (AKA Grom) and Susan Chappelhow –Lacey. The partnership of four years has gone from strength to strength. Initially competing in flat classes and consistently being placed in the top 10; the pair progressed to Working Hunter Classes and eventually to Eventing. Jumping is their passion


Competing in over 15 BE90 events in 2018 and accruing 51 Foundation points, they have qualified for both Badminton and Blair Horse Trials in 2019. Grom is believed to be the first pure bred Highland Pony to compete at this level. Earning their place at the Arena Eventing Championships at Blenheim Palace the pair finished in third place. Clear but rather too quick. At flint & Denbigh Show in August they won their ticket to HOYS to compete in the under 143cms workers. Unfortunately taking a pole out with his tail they dropped from 3rd to 11th place.

In just two outings to British Dressage affiliated events they qualified for the Native Dressage Championships at Novice & Elementary level. A none horse related injury stopped Susie making the trip to Vale View.

Points Scheme PicPoints Scheme Pic 1

This truly remarkable combination has gone a long way to prove the versatility of the Highland Pony and we wish them every success in 2019.

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