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Strengthening Our Hunter/Jumper Community

The USHJA Foundation provides financial support for an important set of educational, humanitarian, and competitive programs designed to strengthen our hunter/jumper community. Valuing education as a priority, we offer grants, scholarships, and funding for programs that empower talented hunter/jumper equestrians to pursue their personal and professional goals. 

 

The support we receive from our donors generates a pathway of opportunity for deserving USHJA members by providing access to riding clinics, horsemanship education, competition experience, and education outside the arena. At the same time, we believe that protecting the welfare of our community is essential and respond with relief for USHJA members in times of crisis.

 

The United States Hunter Jumper Association Foundation is a non-profit 501(C) 3 organization. To make your tax deductible donation or for questions please contact Steve Rosenberg at (859) 225-6721.

USHJA Foundation

An Overview

In The News

  • The U.S. Hunter Jumper Association is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2019 USHJA Annual Awards, which include the Lifetime Achievement Award, Amateur Sportsmanship Award, Youth Leadership Awards and more. Awards will be presented at the USHJA Annual Meeting, presented by World Equestrian Center, in Denver, Colorado.
  • As an organization, the USHJA is committed to safety and fairness for our members. Our sport produces many positives for our participants. Horses bring horsemanship, sportsmanship, empathy and teamwork into our lives. But let’s face it, whether it is the treatment of horses or people, we also have dark corners of the sport. As a sport and a community, we can and should be better. As equestrians it is our duty to work to make our sport strong and healthy. It is time to step up and no longer tolerate inappropriate behavior and to emerge as a safer and altogether more positive environment for our people and our horses. We should have zero tolerance for cruelty and abuse whether of horses or humans. Victim shaming and blaming is never acceptable.