Hunter / Jumper shows

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

2022 Show Series

2022 Hunter/Jumper Shows

Show dateEntries dueEntries
June 5, 2022May 30, 2022Opening soon
June 26, 2022June 20, 2022Opening soon
July 10, 2022July 4, 2022Opening soon
July 24, 2022July 18, 2022Opening soon
August 7, 2022August 1, 2022Opening soon
August 21, 2022August 15, 2022Opening soon

Stalls

Stalls will be available at each show for the 2022 season. Priority goes to those showing all 6 shows.

If anyone is interested in renting stalls for the season, they are $575 +HST per stall. We don't make anything on these, so cleaning them after each show will be your responsibility. If available, stall rental per show will be $100 +HST.

Email [email protected] if you are interested.

Links

Divisions and classes

Ring #1 (9:00 am start)

  • Intermediate Hunters
  • Novice Equitation Division - Simplified courses!
  • Novice Hack Division
  • Green Hunter Division
  • Short Stirrup Division - Division will be split in half by age if more than 15 entries.

Ring #3 (9:00 am start)

  • Hack Division
  • 2' Hunter Division
  • 2'3" Hunter Division
  • Amateur Equitation Division
  • Hi/Low Hunter Division

Ring #4 (8:30 am start)

  • Leadline Division
  • Beginner Division - Division will be split in half by age if more than 15 entries.
  • Rookie Division - Division will be split in half by age if more than 15 entries.

Ring #2 - Grass Ring (Start time not before 12:00pm)

  • Jumper Division - Open to all. Choose .75m OR .9m. Both heights are judged together.
Will begin at the completion of the Rookie Division. (if shod, it’s advised to use corks)
View class descriptions

Fees

  • Per Division fee: $90 +HST
  • Back number fee: $10 +HST

Year-end awards 2022

  • Plan for Year End Celebration TBD.
  • Ribbons and Prizes to top 6 in each division.
  • High point Male Rider Award – Sponsored by Denworth Equine Management
    To the Male rider earning most points in one division this season. Winner receives an annual and keeper trophy.
  • High point Welsh/Half Welsh – Sponsored by Beaverwood Farm
    To the pony earning the most points throughout the season. Winner receives a GIANT custom ribbon.
  • High point TB Awards – Sponsored by the Jockey Club
    Must submit TIP Card to qualify. All winners receive a ribbon, prize, apparel and $50 USD sponsored by The Jockey Club.
    • High Point Hack TB
    • High Point Jumper TB
    • High Point Green TB
    • High Point Low Hunter TB (under 2’6)
    • High Point High Hunter TB (2’6 & over)
    • High Point Jr. Rider
  • Barn Challenge – High Point Equestrian Team earning the most points throughout the season.
  • Sportsmanship Award - Sponsored by Greenhawk and Brian & Cathy Aker
    To be voted on by competitors, coaches and parents. All nominees get a ribbon, winner receives an annual trophy and keeper trophy sponsored by Brian and Cathy Aker, & a prize donated by Greenhawk.
  • Tenacity Award – Sponsored by Lee Stevens in memory of Layne Stevens
    To be voted on by competitors, coaches and parents. All nominees get a ribbon, winner receives an annual trophy and keeper trophy sponsored by Lee Stevens.
  • Horse of the Year – Sponsored by Dr. Kendra Clark
    Horse/pony earning the most points of the season. Receives an annual trophy, a custom ribbon and an equine massage.
  • Custom Sponsored Awards – If you’d like to nominate someone special, you can sponsor a custom award at the Year End Banquet! Contact [email protected] with your idea.

Rules & policies

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 Covid Screening Form 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.

COVID-19 policy

  1. All guests must complete the online covid screening by Wednesday before each show.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.
  4. Back numbers will be handed out to trainers at the entrance of the showgrounds.
  5. 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.
  6. Entries will be posted on the Teen Ranch Hunter/Jumper Shows Facebook page on Friday.
  7. Anyone who does not abide by the safety protocols will be removed from the show grounds.
  8. Max of one assistant/guardian per competitor allowed at gate.
  9. 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.
  10. Food truck will be in attendance…social distancing must be respected here.

We are looking forward to a safe and fun competition!

Sponsors

Teen Ranch has been hosting a series of horse shows for the extended community for 37 years now! Amidst the pandemic, this has been one of the only sources of joy, a reason to get out of the house and safely feed the mental health of so many. We are so grateful to be a part of the joy and goodness in people’s year. But these shows are only possible because of amazingly generous individuals, families and companies like you! Through the pandemic, we have hosted about 90 riders each show, plus their coaches, family and friends. Our competitors come from Muskoka to Niagara and everywhere in between. The Teen Ranch Website gets roughly 4,000 visits/month with 10,000 page views per month. The Teen Ranch Hunter/Jumper Series Facebook page reaches over 2,000 people and we have also started growing our Instagram following in the last year.

Attached, you will find the standard Sponsorship Packages ranging from $85 to $1,000, as well as a section for customization. We want this sponsorship to be just as beneficial to you as it is to us, so if there is anything you’d like to offer/suggest that doesn’t fit into the standard options, we want to hear your ideas! We look forward to hearing from you and having you part of the team! Thank you for considering supporting this awesome series!

Many thanks to our sponsors from last season:

Bahr Saddlery
Greenhawk Equestrian
Running Fox
MacLeod Vet
Ferguson Equine Vet
Oro Medonte Vet
Denworth Equine Management
Allied Threaded Products
Beaverwood
Canadian Horse Journals
Tracy Lynn Tolfa—Scentsy Rep
The Jockey Club - TIP
Pamela Geiger
Dr. Kristen Varik
Top of the Hill Farm
Tarwin Farm
MF Equine
HiLo Equestrian
Tony Wilkin
Sobeys
Purina
Julie Huppe Real Estate
Greyden Equestrian
Frankie's Horse Treats
Broadway Engraving
Kowalsky Farrier Service
Marissa Mallais
Carolyn Clarkson
Half-Cut Candles
Eden Horse Hair Designs
Dr. Kendra Clark
Halter Equestrian
Ringside Ribbons
MF Equine
Kuypers Family
Sew Cathy Quilts
Laynelee Equestrian Services
Mark Fisher
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