USHJA Outreach: Host/Management
Applications to host a 2024 Outreach Competition are open.
Outreach Host Application How-to
- Complete to USHJA before publishing their prize list
Complete the Application Process:
1. Review the specifications
2. Complete and submit your application
3. Download, sign and return the host agreement
Host Fee: $30 per competition regardless of the number of days Outreach classes are held
Category 1: Outreach classes held within an unrecognized competition
- There is no limit on the types of classes the Outreach Show can offer beyond the USHJA Outreach Classes. However, points will only be awarded to USHJA recognized Outreach Classes.
- Is not held in conjunction with a USEF show.
Category 2: Outreach classes held in conjunction with a USEF rated competition
- Is held within a USEF show must follow all USEF requirements for officials and staff
- Outreach entries must be made on a separate entry blank
- Host fee: $30 per competition
- Outreach shows must remit $2 for every horse entered and this fee may be passed along to the exhibitors. Post show fees are due within 14 days to the USHJA.
- Accident Preparedness Plan: to prevent accidents, when possible, deal with injuries as quickly and efficiently as possible, and deal with the aftermath of an accident
- Licensed Official Search: Locate USEF licensed officials in your area. USHJA account login information is required to use the search. If you do not have a USHJA account or a "My USEF Account," please contact USHJA for assistance
- Submitting Results 101
- Course Designing 101
Hunter #1 | Hunter #2 | Hunter #3
Jumper #1 | Jumper #2 | Jumper #3
Equitation #1 |Equitation #2
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- Helmet Guidance: Use of an ASTM/SEI-approved helmet is recommended at all times while mounted. An ASTM/SEI-approved helmet is required for participation in the USHJA Outreach Competition as well as any USEF horse shows. For a complete list of approved helmets, visit the SEI website.
- Safety Cups: At all USEF approved events, FEI approved safety mechanisms must be used in conjunction with a safety cup that is at least 1 ½ inches deep and at least 3 inches wide for the back rail of oxers. For USHJA International Hunter Derby classes, caps on walls and gates with a separate plank style top element that can be knocked down are permitted. Learn more about safety caps from the USEF web site.
- Sharps Containers: Sharps containers are recommended for the safety of all competition participants. Use of sharps containers at a USHJA Outreach Competition is not required, but are highly encouraged. Competitions interested in complying with USEF rules and regulations should have sharps containers. USEF Rule GR1210.4 requires that a minimum of one sharps container be provided per competition. Additionally, one sharps container per 50 occupied stalls must be available in facilities housing competition horses.