Due to COVID restrictions, there will be NO SPECTATORS allowed at the upcoming May 1-2 show at Meridian Peaks Farm.
Only exhibitors and one parent per minor exhibitor allowed.
Trainers and exhibitors, please keep in mind that SCHOOLING SESSIONS will be limited. Please be efficient and timely and listen to the cut off times! MASKS must be worn at all times unless you are riding.
A donation was made by Katie Grundeman's mother to start this grant in Katie's honor. A $1,000 grant will be awarded per year to a junior rider to be used toward furthering their riding education or achieving their competition goals.
Thank you Ella Chedester Photography for taking such beautiful photos at our shows and allowing us to share them on our website.
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The High Desert Hunter Jumper Association (HDHJA) celebrates the accomplishments of Junior, Amateur, and Professional riders and their horses every year at five horse shows and at the year-end awards banquet. As a non-profit organization, HDHJA relies on sponsorship to assist in funding the shows and banquet, and is volunteer driven by local horse enthusiasts.
The mission of the High Desert Hunter Jumper Association (HDHJA) is to enhance and stimulate the sport of riding and showing Hunters and Jumpers in Central Oregon through safe, consistent and fair competition.
The vision of HDHJA is to encourage education, horsemanship and sportsmanship. It strives to help local horse enthusiast's of all skill levels progress in an effort to ensure the Central Oregon region is a destination for the Hunter/Jumper industry.
The highest level of competition that we offer at our member show series is known as the "C" Circuit show rating. The "C" circuit show provides a great starting point for novice exhibitors to develop the skill and confidence they will need when they move on to compete at the advanced levels of showing on the "A" circuit. Our classes are also designed to give the more experienced "A" circuit riders the opportunity to fine tune their skills and or to "school" their young and/or green horses prior to, and during, the regular "A" show season. HDHJA is now a USHJA Outreach affiliate, to learn more about the USHJA Outreach Program click here.