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First off, there are Hunters and then there are Jumpers.
Hunters is where the horse and rider jump a course and the judging is based on accuracy, grace, and elegance.
Jumpers is where the horse and rider memorize a course of about 10 jumps and remember a jump off of about 6 jumprs. They are given a reasonable time limit to complete the course without any faults(knocking rails, refusing jumps, falling off, time penalties). If the horse and rider make it through the round without any faults then they jump the jump off.
The horse and rider that jump the jump off the fastest with the least amount of faults win.
MISCONCEPTION
It is sad how much of the general public does't consider horseback riding a sport and they think riding is just "sitting there and letting the horse do all the work".
Ha! I'd like to see those people who have never rode and that think riding is a breeze give it a try, they would be on the ground in a heartbeat.
Don't say its not a sport until you actually try it.

Horseback riders deserve more respect as Horseback riding is one of the most difficult and dangerous sports in the world

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What is a Hunter/Jumper Show?

A Hunter/Jumper "show" does not fit the traditional definition of the word "show". Most of us are use to going to a show that begins at a certain time and runs for a couple of hours. In the Hunter/Jumper world a "show" begins on a certain day and ends days later!

A Hunter/Jumper show consists of dozens of show segments known as Classes. There are three major class categories -- Jumpers, Hunters, and Equitation. Classes are further subdivided by rider age/experience, ponies/horses, and other criteria The show schedule lists the time and date of each class, although the times are approximate since the numbers of entrants in each class is highly variable. Depending on the number of entrants a Class may be broken into several Sections. (See the end of this page for a glossary of horse show terms.)

The three major class categories are defined as follows:


Show Jumpers

In Jumper Classes, what counts is how “faultless” and ultimately how fast!

One of the most exciting moments in sports for the spectators to watch is when the Jumpers go into action at a horse show. The sight of a great horse and rider combination competing over a demanding course communicates a great thrill. However, to derive the full measure of enjoyment from these events, the spectator should grasp the basics of keeping score.

The Jumper is the “athlete” of the show. His task is solely to jump, regardless of style or manner, and his score is based entirely on his performance alone. Scoring is based on a point system for “faults” in jumping [knocking a rail down or a refusal] or exceeding the specified time limit.

The winner is the horse with the lowest number of faults. “Time” is also a factor in deciding the outcome of an event. In the case of a tie after the first round [:Clean,” or equal number of faults], jump-offs are held over a shortened, and usually raised course, and the competitors must compete against the clock.

Designing Jumper Courses is an art form, with no two courses created the same. A diagram of each course indicated the direction and sequence in which each obstacle must be taken. Each jump is numbered and flags are placed to indicate the direction the obstacle is to be taken - the red flag is on the right and the white flag is on the left.


Working Hunters

In Working Hunter Classes, judge the horse for manner and pace; a smooth comfortable ride.

The Working Hunter is representative of the type of horse used in the sport of Fox Hunting. He should possess manners, jumping ability, style, pace, and quality. The judges are looking for the horse that would be the most agreeable mount to “ride to hounds.” The number on the rider refers to the horse.

Ideally, the Working Hunter must be able to demonstrate his ability to furnish the rider with a smooth, comfortable, and safe ride, clearing all the obstacles in stride with a minimum of effort and a rate of speed he can maintain during a day in the hunt field.

The Working Hunter Courses are designed to offer a reasonable facsimile for the conditions a Working Hunter would meet on a hunt. Therefore, it goes without saying that the horsed, not the riders, are being judged in the Working Hunter classes.

In judging the Working Hunter classes, scoring is not based on the same mathematical process as the Jumpers. While judges will penalize a horse for a refusal or knock down of an obstacle, they may not fault for rubbing a rail, unless it is the fault of mediocre jumping. Penalties may also be assessed for poor or unsafe jumping.


Hunt Seat Equitation

In Equitation Classes, it is the Rider’s form, skill, and handling that is being judged.

In today’s Hunt Seat Equitation, it is the Rider and not the horse who is being judged. The actions of the horse are important only as they reflect on the horsemanship of the Rider. Thus, it is possible for a Rider whose horse “acts up” to be placed among the winners, because in the judge’s opinion, the Rider met the problem skillfully. Conversely, a seemingly good Rider may mean nothing more than a placed horse carrying an unwitting passenger!

The Rider is always being judged in Horsemanship Classes whether the class calls for jumping or whether it is run “on the flat.” In judging Equitation Classes, the scoring is not based on the same mathematical process as the Jumpers. Judges are looking for style of riding, skill and accuracy, judgement in the use of the aids [suppleness of hands, seat, and legs]; a general impression of complete, quiet control.

In the description of Equitation Classes there is reference to “test.” This refers to the tests of Horsemanship which have been established by the American Horse Shows Association for the Recognized Horse Shows and is published in the AHSA Rule Book. Equitation judges choose from these individual tests [1 – 19] in judging Horsemanship.
Equitation Courses are designed to offer the challenge of skill and judgement. The jumps may be representative of those often seen in Show Jumping.

The winners of the AHSA Medal Classes and the ASPCA [American Society of the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals] Horsemanship Classes are qualified for the National Finals in the Fall at Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, and at the National Horse Show in West Palm Beach, Florida, respectively.



Glossary Of Terms

USA Equestrian- The sanctioning body of equestrian events in the United States

Class – A mini-event within the horse show. Each Class is restricted to horses/riders meeting certain criteria (ponies, horses, riders in specific age groups, hunters, jumpers, equitation, etc.)

Clean Round - When a horse completes the prescribed course within the time allowed, without incurring jumping faults. When more than one horse has a “clean round” a jump-off occurs.

Faults - Grand prix jumping is scored by faults-or penalties accrued by horse and rider while they negotiate the course.

Scoring is determined as follows:
---First disobedience - (refusal to jump fence) 4 faults
---Second disobedience - 4 faults or disqualification at lever 5 or above
---Third disobedience - elimination
---Knockdown of an obstacle, standard or wing(touches do not count) - 4 faults
---Any foot in Liverpool, water or ditch, or on marker or tape on landing side of water - 4 faults
---Fall of horse or rider - elimination
---Exceeding the time limit allowed to complete the course -1 fault per second
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Off course - elimination

Gaits - The different paces at which the horse travels are walk, trot, canter and gallop, and varying speeds of each

Jump-Off - Generally horses that are tied for other than first place will remain tied and the prize money divided equally. Horses tied for first place after the first round much jump-off in a timed jump-off round. The winner of the class is the horse with the fewest faults and the fastest time.

Jumping Order - The jumping order or starting order is determined in a drawing before the event so that each has an equal chance of attaining a favorable position. Riders near the end of the starting order have the advantage or seeing how the first riders complete the course.

Knockdown - An obstacle is considered knocked down when a horse or rider, by contact, lowers any element which establishes the height of an obstacle.

MASCUP - Equestrian entertainment and marketing organization which promotes grand prix show jumping nationwide.

Off Course - A horse is considered off course if it deviates from the course as outlined on the posted diagram. (See Faults)

Rail - The wooden poles used on obstacles are called rails and must be a minimum of six feet in length and four inches in diameter. Rails usually measure about 12 feet on the average fence.

Refusal - When a horse stops before the fence or runs out to the side of the fence to avoid negotiating the obstacle it is called a refusal. The refusal is scored as a disobedience.

Schooling - Practicing or training before the competition.

Spread Fence - Consists of more than one vertical element taken as one jump.

Stride - The amount of ground the horse covers in one “step” is called the horses stride. At the canter the average single stride of a horse is 12 feet. The distances of the grand prix courses are set accordingly.

Time Allowed - A specified period of time to complete the course. If the time allowed is exceeded, time faults will be added to the horse’s score.

Vertical - A fence consisting of a single vertical element with no spread.

Voluntary Withdrawal - A rider makes the decision not to continue on the course and leave the ring, usually with a nod of the heard or tip of the hat to the judge. A rider may decide to withdraw because of a problem with the horse or trouble negotiating the course, or because the rider knows he or she has too many faults to place in the ribbons.

Walking the Course - Because riders and horses may not practice on a jumper course before the competition, riders are permitted to walk the course and check the fences and distances by pacing off the strides. Walking the course allows the rider to decided the proper number of strides between fences to assure a smooth ride with the fewest faults.

Water Jump - A shallow ditch from six inches to one foot deep filled with water. A water jump is 16 feet wide by 10 to 14 feet in spread.




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1095 Randolph St
Canton, MA 02021 [View Map]

(617) 875-0356
info@abitofriding.com

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(713) 515-1261
info@allhearthorsefarm.com

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(248) 627-4233
beth@amberwaystables.com

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(804) 785-6327
(757) 353-0894
amymilligan1@hotmail.com

Angel's Watch Farm offers quality equine care from a knowledgeable staff, stall and pasture board, certified instructor teaching lessons, summer camp, horse training and shows. All disciplines welcome. Family friendly.

Categories: Stables and Horse Farms; Lesson Stables; Boarding Stables; Summer Horse Riding Camps; Hunter Jumper Stables
Region: King and Queen County, Virginia
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3915 Bald Eagle Lake Road
Holly, MI 48442 [View Map]

(248) 634-5939
dwedd2@aol.com

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Brand new (as of March 2009) 100x200 indoor cover-all arena and hunt field. We focus on quality equine care.

Categories: Stables and Horse Farms; Lesson Stables; Boarding Stables; Hunter Jumper Stables; Horse Training Stables
Region: Oakland County, Michigan
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2571 S Medina Line Rd
Wadsworth, OH 44281 [View Map]

(330) 334-4515
Ashwood.Farm@yahoo.com

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www.ashwoodfarms.net/Bella Rosa Riding Academy
151 Oak Glen Road
Howell, NJ 07731 [View Map]

(732) 938-5445
chunkmj@aim.com

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Region: Monmouth County, New JerseyBellewood Equestrian Center
2745 Conc 6
Greenwood, ON

(416) 209-5988
bellewoodequestrian@yahoo.ca

Available June 1st, 2008
~Custom board to accommodate you and your horses' needs starting $275.00 (as of April 2008)
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~Knowledgeable friendly staff on site 24 hours
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Inquire about opeing specials !!!

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Region: OntarioBirchwood Farm
1146 Independent School Rd
Reevesville, SC 29471 [View Map]

(843) 875-9498
birchwoodfarm@aol.com

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Region: Dorchester County, South Carolina
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(760) 745-3922
(760) 715-1999
ccrride@hotmail.com

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Region: San Diego County, California
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439 E Sowell Rd
Canton, MS 39046 [View Map]

(601) 842-0564
ednatcurr@aol.com

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122 Hendrickson Rd
Freehold, NJ 07728 [View Map]

(610) 301-9296
horsesaremylife21@yahoo.com

Riding for everyone. Great family facility. English & western lessons. Summer riding program. Pony parties. Horses for sale and lease.

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Region: Monmouth County, New Jersey
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175 McConnell Rd
Taylors, SC 29687 [View Map]

(864) 322-7979

Jumping and dressage go hand in hand with an unparalleled program for both horse and rider. Jumping instructor is ARIA certified at the highest level; our dressage trainer instructs from Training to Grand Prix.

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25 Goose Island Rd
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(908) 806-7771

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448 CR 855
Shannon, MS 38868 [View Map]

(662) 255-2698
(662) 397-6712
brewerequestriancenter@gmail.com

Full care boarding. Lessons in dressage, eventing, show jumping, and hunter/jumper. Horse training. 36 acres. 4 miles from the Lee County Ag Center. Dressage size arena.

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190 Hemmer Rd
PO Box 690
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(845) 482-3993
info@bridlehillfarm.com

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(301) 349-2436
(301) 928-9959
broadrunfarm@aol.com

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(415) 609-9690
meredith.herman@att.net

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Kyiv
+38 (044)593 80 33
horseowner@mail.ru

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28262 Louisana Polo Farms Road
Folsom, LA 70437 [View Map]

(985) 222-6944
galliano@mcn.org

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www.calsfarms.com/Canterbury Farm

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www.canterburyfarm.net/Carolina Country Acres
6812 S Rocky River Road
Monroe, NC 281112

(704) 764-7222
aliciaw@carolina.rr.com

Full service equestrian facility offering lessons, training, boarding and sales. We specialize in hunter/jumpers and travel to all levels of shows from local to "A." We accept riders of all ages from beginner to advanced. Private and group lessons are both available. We are located in Union County, NC on S. Rocky River Road. Call or e-mail Alicia Wilkinson at aliciaw@carolina.rr.com or 704-764-7222.

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(314) 323-3440
kkerber@castlewoodstables.com

State of the art equestrian facility located in west St. Louis County.

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(203) 245-7995
info@cedarbrookhorses.com

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PO Box 218
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(269) 674-8072
(269) 674-8071
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(434) 985-1110
celtrunfarm@aol.com

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80 US Highway 206
Chester, NJ 07930 [View Map]

(908) 879-0578
chesterridingclub@embarqmail.com

Offering horseback riding lessons, summer camp, and select breeding. Quality instruction offered for all skill levels in the hunter, jumper and equitation disciplines. Lessons are customized to the rider's personal goals, from beginner pleasure to highly competitive advanced riders at the Grand Prix level. Private or semi-private lessons available for either 1/2 hour or 1 hour. Pony rides are 15-minute lessons for the real beginners.

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www.chesterridingclub.com/Chicory Meadow Farm
76 Jack Road
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(914) 737-7814

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www.chicorymeadowfarm.com/China Blue Farm
1245 Alisos Avenue
Santa Ynez, CA 93460 [View Map]

(626) 786-8159
(805) 688-1987

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www.chinabluefarm.com/Ciao Bella Ilcavollo!
Aqua Dulce, CA

(818) 599-7326
(661) 269-1300
Goldenstirrups@aol.com

Hello Beautiful Horse! We have a small exclusive ranch. We also provide full service boarding and lessons -- both western and English. Our facility gives you & your horse the individual care it needs 7 days a week! Year round blanketing, lessons, rehabs/layups, supplements, daily turnout, feeding two or three times a day. Cleaning two times a day. Exercising is included. We have a lighted arena 120 x 70, a 250 x 100 sand riding arena, and a pasture. 100's of miles of trail. Half/full leases on selected horses. We offer top shelf assistance to you and your loved equine. We also work with special needs children and adults. We are a privately owned ranch and use discretion regarding the horse and rider. We offer our services, too. Please keep in mind that natural horsemanship is our method! We want you and your horse to be top notch and safe. Please contact Sue at Goldenstirrups@aol.com or or call (661) 269-1300

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Region: Los Angeles County, CaliforniaClairmont Show Stables
689 Old Deer Creek Road
Sterrett, AL 35147 [View Map]

(205) 672-3174
clairallison@bellsouth.net

State of the art boarding and training facility located just minutes from Birmingham, Al. (18 miles from Summit Shopping). Clairmont offers lessons for beginner riders up through riders showing and competing at A shows. We offer boarding, training, lessons, and sales. Please visit us on the web for more information.

As of Nov 2008:
Boarding rates start at $575 per month.
Lessons start at $50.

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Region: Shelby County, Alabama
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150 Neiman Lane
Sewickley, PA 15143 [View Map]

(724) 935-5597
Cers01@yahoo.com

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Categories: Stables and Horse Farms; Lesson Stables; Boarding Stables; Hunter Jumper Stables
Region: Butler County, Pennsylvania
www.classicequestrians.com/Clermont Equestrian at Cypress Ridge
12670 D Skyline Blvd
Woodside, CA 94062 [View Map]

(650) 851-2230
info@clermontequest.com

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Children's summer camp program allows kids to enjoy their summer in a wonderful, safe, and fun environment!

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Newville, PA 17241 [View Map]

(717) 386-0342
palisades@embarqmail.com

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10408 Kettle Run Road
Nokesville, VA 20181 [View Map]

(571) 264-4576
Instructor@VARiding.com

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www.variding.com/Club Hipico El Recuerdo
120 Jesse Brooks Rd
Landrum, SC 29356 [View Map]

(864) 266-8607
liliawhite@alltel.net

ARIA certified riding instructor specializing in hunter-jumper and dressage training for beginner-intermediate riders & horses. We start green horses and re-train problem ones. We work in conjunction with Robert Mayer (licensed instructor in Germany and by the BHS). Our main goal is the safety and happiness of our students & horses. My experience includes international competition, barn management, and lesson programs in Saudi Arabia, Mexico, Italy, and the US. Certified Equine Appraiser, CPR and First Aid Certified, and BSA from the University of South Carolina. Fully bilingual English-Spanish and fluent in Italian.

Categories: Stables and Horse Farms; Lesson Stables; Dressage Stables; Hunter Jumper Stables; Horse Training Stables
Region: Spartanburg County, South Carolina
www.liliawhite.com/Colonial Equestrian Center
2213 County Road 447
Princeton, TX 75407 [View Map]

(972) 734-2087
(214) 773-9545
lfiette@aol.com

We offer full care horse boarding, English riding lessons, and summer camps. We are a small facility with reasonable prices and lots of TLC for our horses and riders. See our website for more information.

Categories: Stables and Horse Farms; Lesson Stables; Boarding Stables; Summer Horse Riding Camps; Hunter Jumper Stables
Region: Collin County, Texas
www.colonialequestrian.com/Concord Equestrian Center
14550 El Camino Real
Del Mar, CA 92014 [View Map]

(619) 246-1148
info@concordequestriancenter.com

Concord Equestrian Center is a family oriented full service lesson and training facility. We offer boarding, lessons, leasing, sales, showing and training. See our website for more details.

Categories: Stables and Horse Farms; Lesson Stables; Boarding Stables; Hunter Jumper Stables; Horse Training Stables
Region: San Diego County, California
www.concordequestriancenter.com/Contento Farms Inc.

Categories: Stables and Horse Farms; Lesson Stables; Boarding Stables; Hunter Jumper Stables
Region: Kane County, Illinois
www.contentofarms.com/Cornerstone Farm
633 S Main St
Barn
Stewartsville, NJ 08886 [View Map]

(908) 454-9200
cornerstone_farm@verizon.net

A full service barn that offers boarding, training, lessons, and sales and specializes in hunters, jumpers, and equitation. Beautiful all weather arenas with rubber/sand footing in two indoors and two outdoors.

Categories: Intercollegiate Teams and Organizations; Stables and Horse Farms; Lesson Stables; Boarding Stables; Hunter Jumper Stables; Sale Barns
Region: Warren County, New Jersey
www.cornerstone-farm.net/

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