Hunter / Jumper shows

Professional courses and divisions for first-time competitors to those schooling before their A Shows.

Hunter/Jumper shows

Forms required for entry:

  1. Entry form (see below)
  2. Cohort list
  3. Signed COVID-19 screening questionaire (bring with you to hand in upon arrival)

All persons coming on site must arrive with their signed COVID-19 screening questionnaire form in hand.

Maximum of 10 named persons per trailer.

Cohort list
COVID-19 screening questionnaire

Links

View 2020 show photos
Show dateLocationEntries
June 6Teen RanchJune 6th entry form
June 20Teen RanchEntries closed
July 11Teen RanchEntries closed
July 25Teen RanchEntries closed
August 15Teen RanchEntries closed
August 29Teen RanchEntries closed

Divisions and classes

Ring #1 (9:00 am start)
  • Novice Hack Division
  • Intermediate Hunters 2'3"
  • Novice Equitation Division 2'
  • Green Hunter Division 2'
  • Short Stirrup Division 1'6"
Ring #3 (9:00 am start)
  • Open Hack Division
  • 2' Hunter Division
  • 2'3" Hunter Division
  • Open Equitation Division 2'3"
  • High/Low Hunter Division 2'9"
  • Jumper Division (.75m)
  • Jumper Division (.9m)
Ring #4 (8:30 am start)
  • Leadline Division
  • Beginner Division
  • Rookie Division
View class descriptions

Year-end celebration

TBD

Show rules

  1. ASTM approved helmets mandatory for all riders. Proper show attire required.
  2. Back number must be worn and visible at all times while on horseback.
  3. Covid Protocols in place. See Covid Policy on website for details.
  4. Please read class descriptions to see rules on cross-entering.
  5. Entries and Trailer Attendance Forms MUST be submitted on the Monday before each show.
  6. Hunter Classes - Flash nose bands and running or german martingales are not permitted. Leg protection may be worn on horse in warm-up and inclement weather only when approved by judge.
  7. Champion/Reserve Champions at each show are calculated as follows: 7,5,4,3,2,1. Champion Tie-Breakers – In the Leadline, Short Stirrup, Beginner & Rookie Division, most points in Equitation wins. In other divisions, most points over fences wins. After that or in hack divisions, judge may flip a coin or do conformation line up for the winner.
  8. Year-End Awards – Must show in at least 3 shows in the division to qualify. Points are awarded to horses in hunter/jumper divisions, the rider in equitation/lead line divisions and horse/rider combinations for the beginner, rookie, and short stirrup divisions. Points are calculated as follows: 7xentries, 5xentries, 4xentries, 3xentries, 2xentries, 1xentries.
  9. Fall of horse or rider = elimination. Rider must exit ring before re-mounting.
  10. Pony Riders – we don’t set age limits to show ponies, as we believe it’s better for ponies to get this time in training so they are safe for younger riders later.
  11. For all other concerns, EQUINE CANADA RULES APPLY. Please check your bit and equipment if questionable.
  12. Teen Ranch accepts no responsibility for damage, theft, loss, accident, death or injury.

Hunter/Jumper shows

COVID-19 policy

  1. NO GENERAL PUBLIC ADMISSION. There will be an Access List referenced upon arrival. Access to the show grounds will be limited to the following: Competitors, Grooms, Trainers/Coaches, One Parent/Adult for competitors. Trainers/Coaches must provide a full COHORT LIST on the Monday before each show.
  2. Any person entering the show grounds will have their temperature checked upon arrival. Anyone with a temperature above 100.3F/37.9C or who exhibits COVID-19 symptoms will not be permitted to enter the show grounds.
  3. Masks must be worn outside when you cannot be 2 meters (6’) from others. All competitors and authorized support personnel must bring their own mask.
  4. Each person entering the property must hand in a signed Teen Ranch Covid 19 Screening Questionnaire upon arrival.
  5. If you are not on the Access List and/or have not submitted the waivers, you will not be permitted to enter the show grounds.
  6. Restrooms will be disinfected multiple times during the competition. Hand Sanitizer will be available at restrooms and at warm up areas. Do not adjust/touch jumps without disinfecting first.
  7. Online entries available through the website only. NO POST ENTRIES. Entry and payment deadline is the Monday before each show. Entries will be limited if necessary.
  8. Back numbers will be handed out to trainers at the entrance of the showgrounds.
  9. ADDS/SCRATCHES – Competitors will be allowed to scratch or add, minus a office fee ($25+tax) before the start of the division that they have signed up for.
  10. Entries will be posted on the Teen Ranch Hunter/Jumper Shows Facebook page on Friday. Please arrive close to your competition time & depart as soon as possible.
  11. Anyone who does not abide by the safety protocols will be removed from the show grounds.
  12. A max of 10 people can come with each trailer. For some of the bigger farms, you must set up cohorts of 10 people including a coach and they may not mix with your other cohorts. Guests are asked to leave as soon as possible after they are done showing.
  13. Only a max of 10 competitors will be allowed in each ring at a time for flat classes.
  14. Max of one assistant/guardian per competitor allowed at gate.
  15. When entering and exiting the ring, please follow arrows and use appropriate gate to keep social distancing.
  16. Warm-ups done immediately before their competition round. One rider in the ring at a time. 5 riders allowed in the warm up area at a time. When not warming up or showing, all guests to remain at their trailer (with the exception of going to the food truck).
  17. Food truck will be in attendance…social distancing must be respected here.

We are looking forward to a safe and fun competition!

Sponsors

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