Mark Your Calendars | Important Dates

 

December 4th: WSHJA Annual Meeting. Hollywood School House Woodinville, WA

December 1st: 2014 Membership Year Begins . Renew early. Renew Online

January 11th: 61st Annual Awards Banquet . Maydenbauer Center Bellevue, WA

 

2014 WSHJA Shows

Spring National Inaugural Monroe, WA April 2-6, 2014

Spring National Hunter Horse Show Monroe, WA April 8-13, 2014

Spring National Jumper Horse Show Monroe, WA April 16-21, 2014

Evergreen Classic Carnation, WA August 6-10, 2014

Northwest Autumn Classic Monroe, WA September 10-14, 2014

October Classic Monroe, WA October 9-12, 2014

The Washington State Show Season Takes Off

by WSHJA Member Services April 17, 2013 in Shows

Blue Sky big jump

One of the founding principles of WSHJA is to ensure a vibrant show season with plenty of options for every level of rider and horse to compete in a fair and sanctioned competition in their home state.

As an Affiliate organization to the USEF & USHJA, WSHJA owns and presents six shows a year. As WSHJA is a non-profit member-based association, these six shows are presented for the benefit of the membership and hunter jumper community-at-large. All “profits” are put back into the association for future enhancements.

  • Spring National Inaugural | USEF “A” rated.
    Evergreen Equestrian Park Monroe WA
  • Spring National Hunter |USEF “AA” rated.
    A World Champion Hunter Rider (WCHR) show
    Evergreen Equestrian Park Monroe WA
  • Spring National Jumper | USEF 2*
    Evergreen Equestrian Park Monroe WA
  • Evergreen Classic | USEF “AA” rated. WCHR show Jumper Rated 4
    A World Champion Hunter Rider (WCHR) show 
    Remlinger Farm Carnation WA
  • Northwest Autumn Classic | USEF “AA” rated.  Jumper 2*
    A World Champion Hunter Rider (WHCR) show
    2013 Zone 9 HOTY Finals for Hunter Section
    Evergreen Equestrian Park Monroe WA
  • October Classic | USEF “C” rated. Jumper 2*
    Evergreen Equestrian Park Monroe WA

Beyond the six WSHJA shows there are many more wonderful shows offered in Washington. All USEF-rated shows are recognized for WSHJA year-end awards.

  • Gold Creek Hunter Show Series (monthly) | USEF “B” and “C” rated | Gold Creek Equestrian Center Woodinville WA. Presented by Gold Creek Equestrian Center
  • LWSC Bridle Trails Classic (May) | USEF “C” rated | Bridle Trails State Park Kirkland WA
    Presented by Lake Washington Saddle Club
  • Pacific NW Hunter Jumper Show (May) | USEF “AA” rated | Evergreen Equestrian Park Monroe WA. Presented by Snohomish County
  • Swiftwater Invitational (June) | USEF “A” rated | Washington Horse Park Cle Elum WA
    Presented by Cascade Horse Shows
  • Alpine Festival (June) | USEF “A” rated | Washington Horse Park Cle Elum WA
    Presented by Cascade Horse Shows
  • Washington Emerald Classic (July) | USEF “A” rated Jumper 2* | Donida Farm Auburn WA
    Presented by Jump-Off Horse Shows
  • Octoberfest Hunter Jumper (September) | USEF “B” rated Jumper 1*| Donida Farm Auburn WA
    Presented by Jump-Off Horse Shows

There are also many unrated Schooling and Fun shows offered through out the year, listed on the Show Calendar.

WSHJA Tack Consignment Sale continues into 2013!

Here is your chance to convert those quality tack items into cash while benefiting WSHJA! Get the whole barn involved! Gather up all your items as a group, complete the inventory & pricing forms, and contact WSHJATackSale@gmail.com to arrange a pickup time. cash

The Consignment Sale accepts all types of tack: bridles, bits, girths, martingales, blankets, halters, boots (both human and equine), hats, gloves, leather goods, equipment, etc. Please no riding clothes!

Also we will likely accept saddles this year at the Evergreen Classic. 

The WSHJA Tack Sale booth will be staffed on the weekends at all the WSHJA shows in 2013 including the Spring Nationals, Evergreen Classic, NW Autumn Classic and the October Classic. You can drop off items to be sold and browse the items available.

A consignment fee is paid to WSHJA based on how much you consign to be sold: if you consign over $500 in value, you pay 25% to WSHJA, if you consign $500 or less, you pay 35% to WSHJA. You will receive a check for your items once all of them are sold or by 11/30/13, whichever is first.

Fill out a Consignment Form email to WSHJATackSale@gmail.com.

CONSIGNMENT TACK 2013.pdf (66.66 kb)

Congratulations Encanto Valley Riders On 11 Champion/Reserve Championships At HITS Arizona

by WSHJA Member Services March 21, 2013 in Awards, Points, Shows

Cruise On | Morgan Carr  Tucson Winter Classic – Champion Level 2 Jumper - Sahuaro Classic – Champion Level 3 Jumper

Cruise On | Katie Gwaizdon Tucson Winter Classic – Res Champion Child/Adult Low 1.00m
Cruise On & Katie Gwaizdon Train at Sandamar Farm.

Deuce Coupe | Morgan Carr Tucson Winter Classic – Champion Level 6 & Res Champ Level 5 Jumper
Deuce Coupe is owned by Brenda Biggerstaff

Johny B Good | Morgan Carr Tucson Winter Classic – Champion Schooling Hunter
Sahuaro Classic – Champion Training & Res Champion Schooling Hunter

Johny B Good | Alice Heusel
Tucson Winter Classic – Res Champ Short/Long Stirrup Hunter & Equitation

Prelude | Cammy Wittrell Tucson Winter Classic – Reserve Champion Novice Adult Hunter

Prelude | Brenda Biggerstaff Sahuaro Classic – Reserve Champion Adult Novice Adult Equitation

Showgirl | Tia Carr Sahuaro Classic – Champion Junior/AO Jumper 1.30m

Starbuck | Vivienne Carr Tucson Winter Classic – Champion Short/Long Stirrup Hunter & Equitation

Encanto Valley Farm is located in Maple Valley, WA. Trainer | Morgan Carr

WSHJA Benefit Tack Consignment Sale Is Back For 2013!

by WSHJA Member Services February 21, 2013 in Announcements, Shows

Whether you have owned a horse for 5 weeks or 5 years, you probably have several items of tack that you bought and just haven’t used. This is your opportunity to find those items a new home, free up some cash and buy tack you can use! Come and shop for great bargains as we build up the inventory. We are at the shows, so bring your horse over and try it on before you buy!

Bring your bridles, bits, girths, martingales, blankets, halters, leather goods, equipment, etc. to the show and drop them off (If you have a single item over 50 lbs, please check first via email.) We are excluding saddles and clothes for the sale this year. When you come to the show, be sure to stop by and check out the inventory. The WSHJA Tack Sale is “credit card only” for purchases.

The WSHJA Tack Sale booth will be staffed at all the WSHJA shows and you can drop off items to be sold and browse the items available. A consignment fee is paid to WSHJA based on how much you consign to be sold: if you consign over $500 in value, you pay 25% to WSHJA, if you consign $500 or less, you pay 35% to WSHJA. There is a one time admin fee of $50 to cover a share of the expenses: storage, transport, software, filing taxes, etc. You will receive a check for your items once all of them are sold or by 10/30/13, whichever is first. All unsold items will be donated to a charity unless you specify that you will pick the item up at October Classic (or by appt in Woodinville).

 

WSHJA Consignment Tack Sale

Dates

Times

Drop-off

WSHJA’s Spring National Inaugural

Sat/Sun

April 3-7

12-3pm

Yes

WSHJA’s Spring National Hunter

Sat/Sun

April 9-14

12-3pm

Yes

WSHJA’s Spring National Jumper

Fri/Sat/Sun

April 17-21

12-3pm

Yes

WSHJA’s Evergreen Classic

Thurs-Sun

August 7-11

9-5pm

Yes

WSHJA’s NW Autumn Classic

Fri/Sat/Sun

Sept 11-15th

9-3pm

--

WSHJA’s October Classic

Sat/Sun

Oct 10-13th

1-4pm

--

 

For consignments, please review and provide a signed copy of the consignment agreement & consignment items form at time of drop off.

WSHJA Tack Consignment Agreement.pdf

CONSIGNMENT TACK.pdf

Questions: email WSHJATackSale@gmail.com

USHJA Zone 9 Finals & Championships Held At NW Autumn Classic

by WSHJA Member Services July 13, 2012 in Shows

Both the Zone 9 Finals and Championships will be during the NW Autumn Classic at the Evergreen Equestrian Center in Monroe, WA, on September 12 to 16, 2012.

The NW Autumn Classic Prize List is now online. Entries due WEDNESDAY, August 22, 2012

Sections for both the finals and championships include:

High Performance Working Hunter
Performance Working Hunter 3'6" to 3'9"
Performance Working Hunter 3'3"
Green Working Hunter: 1st and 2nd year
Amateur Owner Hunter: 18 to 35, and 35+
Amateur Owner 3'3"
Regular Conformation Hunter
Green Conformation Hunter
Junior Hunter: small 15 and under
Junior Hunter: large 15 and under
Junior Hunter: small 16 to 17
Junior Hunter: large 16 to 17
Pony Hunter: small, medium and large
Green Pony Hunter: small, medium and large    Pre-Green sections
Children's Hunter Horse: 13 and under, 14 to 17
Children's Hunter Pony
Adult Amateur: 18 to 35, 36 to 49 and 50+
Low Junior Jumper
Junior Jumper
Low Amateur Owner Jumper
Amateur Owner Jumper
Children's Jumper High
Children's Jumper Low
Pony Jumpers
Adult Amateur Jumper
Young Jumper: 5-, 6- and 7/8-year-old

USHJA Zone 9 Finals
Zone Finals Bonus Point Chart
Placing Bonus Points for each class
1 = 50
2 =40
3 =30
4 = 20
5 = 10
6 = 5
7 = 4
8 = 2

Champion (Hunter only) 100
Reserve (Hunter only) 75
Champion and Reserve bonus points will be given to Zone Hunter Finals sections that follow HU148.
Champions will receive 100 bonus points for each section completed and Reserve Champions will receive 75
bonus points.
Children's Jumper, Adult Jumper, Pony Jumper, 5-Year Old, 6-Year Old, and 7/8-Year Old Jumper will
receive points from the Zone Finals Bonus Point Chart.
Junior Jumper and Amateur Owner Jumper points will be based on one point for every dollar won.

USHJA Zone 9 Championships
Zone Championship Bonus Point Chart
Placing Bonus Points for each class
1 = 100
2 = 80
3 = 70
4 = 60
5 = 50
6 = 40
7 = 30
8 = 20

Zone Championship Classes will only receive the bonus points for 1-8th places.

 

 

2012 Evergreen Classic: A Message From the Board

by WSHJA Shows April 26, 2012 in Announcements, Shows

For 2012 there are significant changes for the Evergreen Classic Benefit Horse Show.  The WSHJA Board of Directors would like to share the following message regarding these changes and the investments being made on behalf of the membership:


Show season is upon us, and, once again, WSHJA is proud to bring you the 2012 Spring National Show Circuit, the Northwest Autumn Classic and the October Classic. We hope that you enjoyed these shows last year and we look forward to bringing you another year filled with worthy competition, wonderful hospitality and a winning spirit.

This year, WSHJA is hosting the Evergreen Classic Benefit Horse Show for the first time in several years. The Evergreen Classic has a 30+ year history in the Pacific Northwest as our premier horse show, providing the opportunity to show on the grass and giving us the chance to all come together and celebrate with parties under the tents, fantastic hunter derby events and a challenging Grand Prix.  We have hired Dianne Johnson as the Show Manager; we are excited to see Dianne in action as she puts together another fantastic show for the WSHJA community.

Previously, there has been some concern in regard to the condition of the footing of this show since it’s been held at the Remlinger grounds in Carnation. We want you to know that we are doing everything we can to ensure that the footing will be safe and suitable for our horses. Along those lines, we have hired Hans Van Meenen to assess the footing and give us a plan for the year which we are implementing immediately. Hans is extremely well respected in the field of show grounds footing. He is responsible for the grounds at HITS Desert Horse Park in Thermal California and others in both the US and Canada. Hans has assured us that he will be bringing his vast wealth of knowledge to our show – giving us the ability to not only improve the footing for this year, but to continue to care for it so that it flourishes in the following years – providing us with a continued investment in the future of The Classic. The Evergreen Classic is a show with a long history in Washington State, and we, as a board, are excited about continuing the legacy of this horse show.  We want to communicate to you, our members, that we are committed to doing whatever it takes to make this show a wonderful experience for all.

For those of you who want this show to be a success as much as we do, we need your help! We are pulling everything together, but we need YOU! We are looking for sponsors, of all levels, to help with the show effort. And we need all kinds of volunteers. In order for The Classic to be the show that we all want it to be, we must come together as a community and work toward that goal. We hope that, by stating our commitment to you, you too, will find yourself willing to help in whatever way possible to ensure The Evergreen Classic reaches the high standards we have all come to look for in this top rated show.

There are many ways to get involved. Please take a moment to look through the sponsorship opportunity documents and the volunteer opportunity document.

Evergreen Classic Sponsorship Listing 

Evergreen Classic Sponsor Donation In-Kind List

Evergreen Classic Volunteer Opportunities

We look forward to working with you. And thank you in advance for your support of the Evergreen Classic.

The WSHJA Board of Directors

 

As You Plan Your Last Shows Of The Season

by WSHJA Administrator September 14, 2011 in Announcements, Points, Shows

Everyone at WSHJA hopes you have enjoyed this show season--having had fun and success at all the shows you attended. Please keep in mind that qualifying for year-end awards requires you and each horse show in TWO USEF-rated Washington State shows. That’s two shows for you the rider to earn equitation points and two shows for each horse registered with WSHJA to earn hunter or jumper points. Any questions please direct to Karen Freywald at points@wshja.org.