An online horse show created to support diversity and accessibility projects in the equine industry.

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Compete in Walk Trot, Novice, Intermediate, and Lead Rein Classes.


Compete in Showmanship, Horsemanship, Ranch Riding, Reining, and Para Reining Classes.


Compete in Hunt Seat Equitation, Lead Rein Hunt Seat Eq, and Hunter Over Fences Classes.

In Hand

Compete in Groundwork, and Junior Handler Groundwork Classes.

What is Equestrians for Equality?

Equestrians for Equality is an online movement to inspire a more diverse and inclusive equestrian community. One where everyone feels welcome, respected, and valued.

From improving representation, increasing opportunities, and ensuring that everyone feels part of the community.

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To spread the word and shine a spotlight on those doing great work towards making equestrianism more diverse and accessible.



To donate, fundraise, and help those that are working for change and allow them to focus their time and energy on just that.



To speak up and encourage others to represent all riders no matter their race, gender identity, disability, or socio-economic background.

How does this show help the movement?

Designed to practice what we preach, the show is open to every horse rider around the world. We welcome riders of color, of all gender identities, of any sexual orientation, whether you own a horse or just have access to one.

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Profits go to charities

improving diversity and accessibility in our beloved sport.


Raise awareness

of the Equestrians for Equality movement and chosen charities.


Give all riders

a safe, diverse, and inclusive show to enter, from anywhere in the world.

The charities we're supporting

Humble by Mulatto Meadows

A riding program for introducing young riders to the sport of equestrianism founded by the renowned Brianna Noble!

OYES Equestrian

Providing opportunities for youth from marginalized communities to stay involved in equestrian sport through financial awards and mentorship.

Eventing Nation

Supporting Eventing Nations diversity scholarships for competitive equestrians.

Join the movement

Learn more about the Equestrians for Equality movement and see how you can help make our sport more diverse and inclusive.

Nadia Aslam

Hey Horsey-Pal,

Nadia here! The lady behind Competio I guess you could say. But by day, I’m an equestrian writer for places like the FEI, Horse and Rider, Equilife, and Show Horse Today.

Anyway, let me tell you about how the whole idea for Competio came about. Basically, I was a broke teenager who couldn’t afford to get to shows; I’m sure you can relate to that pain, we didn’t pick the most affordable hobby, did we?!

But I had this idea to make horse shows more accessible by just putting them online, and well, you know what us horse riders are like - we’re used to working as hard as it takes to get what we want. *Cue memories of your trainer shouting heels down at you for 20 minutes straight*

So, I got to work on building this platform, to hopefully make it so that riders never have to feel the way I did, and so that they never have to give up that immense joy that I’ve only ever known a horse show to offer!

Thanks so much for taking the time to explore our platform, and I hope you’ll have a go competing with us soon.

P.S Got any feedback for us or a cool idea you want to share? Send me an email; I’d love to hear from you!

P.P.S If you have a tried and tested technique for sneaking sheep into the house, I’d also be very interested in hearing from you.

Hugs and Cookies,