What is the Festival Of Champions?

Razzmatazz, rosettes, music, lights and trophies for the everyday equestrian. The Festival of Champions aims to give everyone the chance of competing in a “HOYS” type atmosphere. This purely unaffiliated event aims to be friendly, fun yet competitive.

Already running very successfully at various locations in England the first “FOC” began in 1994 with around 19 clubs but by the year 2006 had grown to encompass 91 clubs and a staggering 4500 entries running over a total of 8 days.

There are classes for everyone at the Festival, from the mini Shetland in-hand to the Puissance in which the big wall is tackled in a Horse Of The Year Show style finale.

The Scottish Festival was hosted at Ingliston Equestrian Centre, Bishopton. Not just your average show, the Festival will be something to be remembered

Ingliston House Equestrian Centre indoor arena

Lisa & Brooks placed 6th in Ridden Cob and Pauline & Ronan 5th in Small Show Hunter Heather & Piper placed 4th in Middleweight Hunter and Alistair & Breeze on the way to 6th in Novice Working Hunter Campbell & Miles Pollyanna flies over the jump and Casey struts more of his stuff

Ingliston Equestrian Centre

Festival Logo

Pauline & Ronan get a rosette Joanna & Fen achieving 3rd place Pauline & Ronan, Novice WH Horse class Mark & Casey in action Lisa & Brooks Staff member Shona on BB Staff member Laura on Phoenix Pamela & Tommy show for the judges while Owen on Harry wait their turn Campbell & Miles having a gallop for the judges