Tuesday, May. 28, 2024

Intercollegiate Issue

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Our partnership is already having an effect, and we expect that there’s much more to come.

The U.S. Hunter Jumper Association’s mission statement says that we must “offer broad-based education for our members.” And the USHJA’s leadership has taken that directive seriously, as demonstrated by two programs we’ve created in our first six years: the Trainer Certification Program (and the trainer symposiums and clinics that are part of that program) and the Emerging Athletes Program.

Our columnist explores the similarities and differences between the major riding programs, such as IHSA, NCAA and ANRC.

Intercollegiate riding opportunities have really evolved since the Intercollegiate Horse Show Associ-ation was established in 1967 and the American National Riding Com-mission, founded in the 1940s, began offering a championship in 1978.

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