Saturday January 22, 2022
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OS&B #StayHome Photo Competition

Send us your best lockdown moments for a chance to WIN Spidge Photo Vouchers

Now into our fourth week, the extended lockdown and stay at home advice presents us with challenges, but also a myriad of opportunities.  

Have you found new and exciting ways to keep yourself, your ponies and others entertained? Maybe you’ve learnt a new skill? Long reining, natural horsemanship, vegetable growing, bird watching, and even chicken agility are just a few activities we’ve already seen. Or maybe you have been on some lovely walks and you can showcase your local countryside and wildlife?


Share with us what you’ve been up to using your best photography skills  

No special equipment is needed. Use selfies and timers to get yourself in the photo, shoot your family and pets or just use the world around you as your subject. We’re just looking for the most original or entertaining shots.


Win Spidge Photo Vouchers worth up to £30

We are very pleased that Peter from Spidge Photography has agreed to be our judge.  Also, very generously, he has offered photo vouchers as prizes, valid for use when we’re able to restart competitions (or to use now at during their 50% off sale).



  1. Entries should be sent by email to or by WhatsApp on 07740 258234. Nothing bigger than 3MB please.
  2. Entries must be received by 30th April 2020 and winners will be announced by email and on Facebook on 4th May 2020.
  3. All images must be taken by the individual Pony Club member submitting the entry.
  4. One entry per person.
  5. The winning entries will be judged by Spidge Event Photography as the most visually appealing, entertaining, original and self-explanatory.
  6. Three entrants will win Rosettes and Spidge Photo Vouchers as follows: 1st prize £30, 2nd £20 and 3rd £10.
  7. Vouchers are valid for 12 months after Pony Club Competition recommences. We will contact prizewinners directly to confirm that date.
  8. Prizes are non-transferable and there are no cash alternatives.