Statement of Purpose: The Arizona Hunter Jumper
Association, Inc. was formed in December, 1992 to promote
quality horsemanship and sportsmanship throughout all
aspects of the hunter and jumper industry, to provide high
levels of communication and responsibility to the general
membership and bring national recognition to the state and
its many fine riders and trainers.
Responsibility: The Arizona Hunter Jumper Association,
Inc. was founded to serve its members and such members
through their representative Board of Directors, shall have
the power to amend, change, delete, or otherwise alter the
rules and regulations of the Association as they see fit, as
long as majority rule is maintained and all provisions of the
Bylaws, Rules and Specifications are followed.
- AHJA is pleased to announce the establishment of the Bill Jorgensen Memorial Scholarship. Information regarding the scholarship is under the downloads section of the webpage. Click here for the application. This scholarship is open to high school seniors entering college in the fall of 2017 or a full-time undergraduate or graduate student in the fall of 2017. Two scholarships will be awarded each year at the AHJA year end Banquet. Look for more information to come soon regarding this $1,000 and $500 scholarship.
The USHJA Foundation is currently accepting applications for the USHJA Foundation Gochman Family US Pony Finals Grant, which will give up to three Juniors an opportunity to compete at US Pony Finals. The grant will be awarded to individuals who exemplify the qualities most important in our sport -- sportsmanship, tenacity, and horsemanship -- and who would otherwise not be able to go to US Pony Finals. The deadline for applications or nominations is April 30, 2016, for this year's US Pony Finals.