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.

AHJA News

SEND US YOUR AHJA RULE CHANGE REQUESTS! Please submit your rule change recommendations to us at info@ahja.org. The board reviews all recommendations 1x annually in September for the following year's rule book.

There have been some changes to the fall CEP show schedule. For an up-to-https://www.usef.org/learning-ce…/videos/horse-microchippingdate show schedule, please visit CEP's website.

New USEF Microchipping Requirement for the 2018 Show Year
Beginning in competition year 2018 (which starts December 1st, 2017), all horses competing in USEF-licensed and/or USHJA-sanctioned competitions with Hunter, Hunter Breeding, Jumper and Hunter/Jumping Seat Equitation classes not restricted by breed will be required to be microchipped to receive points.
Beginning in competition year 2018 (which starts December 1st, 2017), all horses competing in USEF-licensed and/or USHJA-sanctioned competitions with Hunter, Hunter Breeding, Jumper and Hunter/Jumping Seat Equitation classes not restricted by breed will be required to be microchipped to receive points.
For more information, visit https://www.usef.org/learning-ce…/videos/horse-microchipping

AHJA Rule Clarification & Update

Members, please note the following rule clarification & update for rule 3.3 Category 1 Equitation Divisions: Equitation 15-17 Fences: Fences 3' and 3'3" (3'6" optional) This class is required to be offered at 2 (two) fence heights: 3'0" and 3'3" (in addition, a 3'6" section may be offered). Riders must stipulate prior to the beginning of the class which fence height they choose to jump. Distances are not required to be adjusted for each fence height. Fence heights will be judged as one class. No rider may compete in more than one (1) fence height in any single class. Riders may jump different fence heights in different classes. No rider showing in any 3'3" section in this division will be eligible for the AHJA Children's Medal or the AHJA Children's Medal Final.