Welcome to the United States Hunter Jumper Association! We welcome all equestrians and horse enthusiasts with any interest in the sport. Our memberships are designed to meet your needs and provide you with access to educational, competitive and awards hunter/jumper programs, as well as general sport information. When you join the USHJA, you join a community of equestrians with a passion for the hunter/jumper sport. Find the membership that’s right for you:
Required for riders, trainers or owners competing at USEF rated competitions
Please note: All members who are not Life or Active/Competing members are subject to USHJA Show Pass Fees if competing in USEF licensed competitions
USHJA Affiliate Association Memberships cost $100 and are valid through November 30 of the current competition year (December 1 to November 30). The following types of groups benefit from an Affiliated Association Membership:
USHJA Business Memberships cost $250 and are valid through November 30 of the current competition year (December 1 to November 30). For businesses that want to strengthen working relationships with each other, build long-term relationships with the USHJA and its members, and allows business professionals to engage with the industry. Benefits include:
The USHJA Recognized Riding Academy Program acknowledges lesson programs, riding facilities, equestrian schools, and other types of educational equestrian programs that emphasize horsemanship and sportsmanship, promote safety, and offer introductory hunter/jumper lessons. These programs create a foundation for well-rounded equestrians who benefit the entire sport, and this recognition is designed to encourage the continued development and growth of these types of programs across the country.
For more information about the Recognized Riding Academy program or to apply, click here.
All horses competing in United States Equestrian Federation non-breed-restricted licensed competitions with hunter, hunter breeding, pony hunter breeding, jumper and hunter seat equitation classes must be properly identified and must obtain a registration number from USHJA.