Equitation Over Fences

Designed for amateur and youth competitors, this event tests the rider’s seat, hands and ability to control and show an American Quarter Horse over fences. The course consists of at least four obstacles with a minimum of six jumps required. Jumping faults of the horse are not to be considered unless it is the result of the rider’s ability.

April 07, 2020 | News and Publications , English
Take these tips from Jerry Erickson to find your path to a single fence on a course.
March 16, 2020 | News and Publications , Progressive Working Hunter
Top professional competitors share horse-training tips for riding accurately to the jumps.
December 23, 2019 | News and Publications , Horsemanship
Take advice from top AQHA Professional Horsemen as they share ways to prepare for World Show patterns.
December 16, 2019 | News and Publications , Horsemanship
Dispel your nerves and prepare to ace patterns, including showmanship, horsemanship and hunt seat equitation, with these tips.
November 11, 2019 | News and Publications , Hunter Under Saddle
14 steps to make #NoIronsNovember safe and effective.