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Welcome to CHJA!

The Colorado Hunter Jumper Association is a competition based sport organization that serves our members through its Four Cornerstones: educational programs, awards and recognition, communication and rules. We provide a wide array of programs for all levels of the hunter/jumper sport, and are mindful of the well-being of our equine partners.

CHJA is Special to Me Because...

CHJA means a lot to me, because it’s where I can see improvement between me and my horse. When I first started CHJA 2 years ago with my first horse, Polarize, we were a mess and didn’t seem like a good team. The next year in the beginner juniors, I was champion/reserve champion in the overall point placement until Polarize got hurt, and I had to stop showing him in July. Now, this year, I’m entering the juniors with a fancy green hunter that I hope to improve on just as much as I did with Polarize, in both eq and hunters. Along with the horses, CHJA gives me memories that I will cherish, and moments with my friends that I wish I could relive. CHJA is very special to me, and I hope will remain special to me throughout my last few years of highschool.

The people are so much fun to be around and always so supportive and happy!

CHJA is special to me because it encourages many people of all abilities to be a part of the Colorado horse showing community. There is a huge age range from kids or adults at their first horse show to people competing for more than 4 years. When I started showing in CHJA almost 3 years ago, it was really cool to go to a show and hangout with all my barn friends and watch them compete in the higher divisions and now I enjoy getting to know the trainers, horses and other competitors in the circuit. Although I didn't place, they inspired me to keep at it and dream about being the best rider I could be and know that someday I would be in the 3-foot ring. It is also fun to see the same riders, horses, and trainers at multiple shows and watch them progress in there own individual ways.