The USHJA Young Professional Ranking System nationally and regionally ranks young professionals (USEF competition ages between 21 and 35) based on their competition merits in the hunter and jumper rings. This new program includes five sub-systems: three for jumper riders and two for hunter riders. Riders receive points throughout the competition year based on their show results. Through this system, the USHJA hopes to promote and recognize the accomplishments of young professionals.
Jumper Rider System: Andrew Kocher of Missouri earned $32,008
Mini-Prix Rider System: Andrew Kocher of Missouri earned $60,750
Grand Prix Rider System: Kent Farrington of Florida earned $439,681
Hunter Rider System by Points: Hope Glynn of California earned 29,484 points
Hunter Rider System by Money Won: Elizabeth Boyd of South Carolina earned $151,056
Please click here to learn more about this new program and contact Carrie Vaught at (859) 225-6703 with any questions.