Saturday, 3 September 2016

Clinkies Photoshow

This September it is all about resins and chinas here at Chestnut Ridge and to help celebrate we are running a special clinkies photoshow.

For this show take a picture of any resin or china model horse. It can be either an artist resin/china or a commercial resin/china.

How to Enter

To enter email your entries to:

You can enter up to five photographs.

Please include:

  • Your Name
  • Your Age
  • Your Email Address
  • Your Postal Address
For each photograph please include:
  • File Name (so we know which one is which, if you don't know the file name please send each photograph in a separate email)
  • Horse's Name
  • Breed
  • Gender
  • Finish (OF, CM, CTF, AR etc)
Please title your email: Clinkies Photoshow

Deadline for entries: 30th September 2016

If your files are too large to email then you are welcome to send us a link to an album on an image hosting site or Facebook.

The Prizes

The show will be split into three sections:

  • Under 13
  • 13-18 years
  • 18 years+
The winner of each section will receive a rosette and goody bag. 1st-6th place will receive certificates for them to print off.

The winners will also get featured in a special gallery on our website, Facebook page and blog!


For full competition terms and conditions please email us.

Show rules:

  • Maximum five entries per person
  • Entries without the required information will not be accepted
  • You must have taken the photograph yourself
  • You must own the model in the photograph
  • No digital editing of pictures
  • Entries will not be accepted in any way other than via email as above
  • Prizes are non-exchangable
  • International entrants are responsible for postage to receive prizes
  • No more than one horse in each photograph
  • Horses should be shown without tack (no performance please), headcollars or stallion sets are OK
  • Show is open to pictures of resin and china model horses only
  • The judges decision is final
Each picture will be judged on the clarity of the photograph, realism of the photograph and the breed standard/conformation/condition of the model horse.