CHJA has been around for decades! Here’s a look back at some of the things happening during March back in the day. Oh the aughts, how we missed you!

Did you know we're an Alliance Partner of the United States Equestrian Federation? USEF recognizes the important role each and every equestrian organization plays in representing, shaping, and fostering growth within its respective breed or discipline. USEF Alliance Partners help the Federation fulfill its mission to celebrate, protect, and grow equestrian sport in the United States.

Jessica Stone received the Marvin G. Luttges Adult Amateur Sportsmanship Award and Amberlee Wentz was again the recipient of the Keiri Kaneps Professional Hunter Rider of the Year Award. Read more about these talented CHJA members.
Jessica Stone, 2018 CHJA medal finals

The Colorado Hunter Jumper Foundation is a 501(c)3 charity associated with the Colorado Hunter Jumper Association with the express purpose of providing support for our hunter-jumper community. Its annual report covers what activities were undertaken in the previous year.

CHJA’s Longtime Board Member and Committee Chair Carol O’Meara received the organization’s Lifetime Contribution Award during the annual banquet last month. Read more about this passionate volunteer and how she has helped shape CHJA into what it is today.

Carol O'Meara

The CHJA Banquet has been growing for years so the need to change locations was real. But that wasn't the only reason to celebrate. Read about some of the night's big winners.

Kristina Matthews and New 2018

Long-time CHJA member Laurie Grayson received the Betty Weber Award acknowledging her years of service to the association. Learn more about this accomplished rider, professional, large R judge (hunter, eq and jumper), steward, horse advocate, and yes, show mom.

The CHJA Junior Committee has selected its ambassadors for the 2019 show season. Find out more about these talented young riders and what they hope to accomplish this year.