Pryde's EasiFeed Horse of the Year


Toowoomba Show Grounds

11- 13 September 2020

This Show is a Qualifier for the 2021 Southern Cross Show Horse Spectacular
This event is a point-scoring show for the 2020 Show Horse Queensland Hi-Point Leaderboard


Competitor Information

Judges : 

Chief Measurer - Gail Iskra

Event Enquiries: - Toni Harper-Purcell 0439 732 645

2020 Timetable

National Show Rules

2020 Workouts

Horse Health Declaration 

Measuring form 

 Statutory Declaration 

2020 Saturday Results  

2020 Sunday Results

 2018 Results  


News & Media


Thank-you to our 2019 event sponsors




Qualification requirements

To be eligible to enter for the 2020 EQ HOTY & Child's HOTY, a horse/pony (both open and show hunter and also lead rein) must have competed at least one of the following events:-

Eligible Events

Champions of Champions October 2019

EQ Cup 8 March, 2020 Park Ridge Pony Club 

Anzac Show 26 April, 2020 Park Ridge Pony Club 

Show Horse Queensland Newcomer & Show Horse Queensland Open Hack & Hunter Show 7 June, 2020 Park Ridge Pony Club 


  • Riders and Owners must be current EQLD members at the time of qualifying.
  • Horses and ponies must be registered and hold a current EQLD Height Certificate on the day of competition.
  • Once a horse or pony is qualified it may compete in Open, Childs and Leading Rein classes for which it is eligible at Horse of the Year.

If you are a regional member (i.e. 400km from Brisbane) then an exemption to the Show Horse Queensland Committee can be applied for. 

All members wanting to enter and compete at the Queensland State Horse and Rider of the Year Titles must ensure they comply with the EA National rules with regards to the registration of their horse/pony -

All horses must be registered or transferred of registration must be submitted to the EQ state office at least 3 months and 1 day prior to the day of competition of the EQ State Titles. Horses must also be physically within the state of Qld by this time frame also.

The only exception to this rule is for newcomers. Newcomers must be registered at time of close of entries. Important to remember that to be a newcomer in Qld it must meet the newcomer conditions and the horse/pony’s first competition must be in Qld.  If the newcomer is registered in another state then the newcomer must be registered and/or transferred 3 months and 1 day immediately preceding the date of the State Horse of the Year event.