Additional Featured Competitions, Championships, and More!
Whether you are a beginning rider looking to perfect your skills, or a more experienced equestrian eager to earn USEF Horse of the Year, USHJA Zone, and Regional Awards AND/OR qualify for Regional or National Championships, Blenheim EquiSports is “The Place to Jump” and is proud to provide numerous pathways to your success.
Besides the unique to Blenheim EquiSports JUMPER programs, see the LINKS below for additional program information, specifications, and events offered:
USEF Equestrian Horse of the Year Awards Program: Emerge as USEF year-end National Champion by earning valuable points at the twenty shows offered by Blenheim EquiSports.
USHJA Zone Horse of the Year Awards Program & Zone Jumper Championships: Governed by the USHJA, the year-end awards program recognizes the top horses & riders by ZONE; the Zone Jumper Championships & Platinum Jumper Championships provide interested riders both team and individual competition. Blenheim EquiSports events provides points for Zone 9 & 10 competitors.
Regional Award Programs & Finals: Blenheim EquiSports competitions are affiliated with the following regional organizations: CPHA, GSDHJA, PCHA, OHSA, & LEGIS League. Earn points towards their year-end awards & Finals — See each link for more information.
AON/USHJA National Championships & USEF/USHJA National Jumper Championships: Held as part of the Las Vegas National Horse Show, November 16-21, 2021, where the top horse and rider in each USHJA Zone and beyond are invited to compete in a unique National Championship set in one of the world’s most fun #westcoastshowcations. A true destination, host facility the South Point Casino, Hotel & Spa is home to a 500,000 sq. ft Equestrian Center, 1,200 climate-controlled stalls as well as 2,163 hotel rooms, over 2,450 slot and video poker machines, 11 restaurants on site, 27 spa treatment rooms, and more…
Longines FEI Jumping World Cup Las Vegas: Show jumping thrills in Las Vegas! Held annually during The Las Vegas National each November; Nationally recognized as a leg in the Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ North American League series, serving as a qualifier for the annual Longines FEI Jumping World Cup™ League Finals.
Show Jumping Hall of Fame Junior/Amateur Owner Jumper Classic Series: Calling all Junior & Amateur Owner Jumper Riders – earn points in your respective 1.40m Jumper Classic and earn points to compete either at the National Horse Show, Lexington, KY in the Eastern League Final or at the Blenheim International Jumping Festival, San Juan Capistrano, CA in the $5,000 Western League Final – Series Champions also recognized.
North American League (NAL) Children’s, Adult, and Junior-Amateur Jumper Finals: Earn a spot to either the Pennsylvania National Horse Show or Blenheim International Jumping Festival or BOTH for the NAL Children’s, Adult, or Low Junior/Amateur Jumper Finals by joining & competing in the NAL Jumper Finals program. Become a NAL member and accrue points as you compete throughout the season in your respective classic – each Blenheim EquiSports show earns you points towards these prestigious finals offered to the TOP 30 horse/rider combinations.
USEF Pony Finals, presented by Collecting Gaits Farm: Every August thousands of pony riders and their mounts converge on the Kentucky Horse Park, Lexington, KY for the prestigious USEF Pony Finals, providing an opportunity for Junior pony riders to compete against their peers over multiple days of competition. A Team Jumper Championship and an Individual Jumper Championship will be offered. The Team Championship will be a modified Nation’s Cup format (two rounds on the same day), with Teams fielded by Zone. The Individual Championship will be a multi-round competition. Fence heights will be a maximum of 1.15m. For qualifying information click
USEF National Junior Jumper Championships: Held annually at the Pennsylvania National Horse Show, Harrisburg, PA as part of “Junior Weekend” this competition offers a Team Championship and an Individual Championship. The Team Championship will be based on a modified Nation’s Cup format and the Individual Championship will be a multi-round competition. Fence heights will be up to 1.45m.
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