The USHJA is the national affiliate for hunters and jumpers. Throughout this web page you will find the many programs and educational materials we offer to help each member grow within the industry.
Intercollegiate Horse Show Association
The IHSA provides collegiate riders of all skills the opportunity to compete individually and as teams in equestrian competition. It was founded on the principle that any college student should be able to participate in horse shows regardless of his or her riding ability or financial status.
Providing Quality Educated Riding For All Levels. The ANRC is an affiliate of the United States Equestrian Federation and the US Hunter Jumper Association (USHJA). For more information contact Marion Lee, ANRC Executive Secretary, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
College Preparatory Invitational
The mission of the CPI is to prepare and educate student riders in grades 8 – 12 about the format of college equestrian competition, encourage academics and horsemanship, and to provide the riders with resources to create their desired college equestrian experience.
United States Pony Clubs
The United States Pony Clubs, Inc., develops character, leadership, confidence and a sense of community in youth through a program that teaches the care of horses and ponies, riding and mounted sports.
California Professional Horsemen’s Association
Since 1964 the California Professional Horsemen’s Association has represented professional horsemen in California. The CPHA provides a forum, voice, and many valuable programs and benefits for professionals working in California’s large equestrian industry. Through its many programs and benefits, the CPHA effectively reaches all professional members of California’s show horse community.
Los Angeles Hunter Jumper Association
Horse show organizations are common as horse organizations; but the idea of an association of horse show exhibitors is relatively new. It was in 1960 in Los Angeles County that such an idea became a reality. Thus the way was paved for exhibitors to have a voice in the operation of the horse shows at which they exhibited.