Texas Hunter Jumper Association
The Texas Hunter and Jumper Association (THJA) was formed in 1948 as an association of exhibitors.
In 1953, the THJA became a Texas nonprofit corporation. Its purpose is to support its membership and
their horses with educational programs and scholarships and with horse show oversight which encourages
the safety and welfare of both.
The USEF has published a link to all of their Covid-19 resources.
Click HERE to go to the link.
The USEF has announced it will not recognize horse shows scheduled through 5/31/20 due to the covid-19 situation.
The THJA will folow their lead and also not recognize horse shows until after 5/31/20. This means that the Texas Shoot-Out
scheduled 6/3 to 6/7 will be the next recognized show.
The USHJA Championships Qualifying details have changed.
Click HERE to see the changes.
The THJA has developed a membership survey to help us serve our members better. Please help us to improve by going to
and answering a few questions. Your response is appreciated.
The Texas Rose Spring Festival has rescheduled its dates to 10/1-10/4.
A new equitation program has been announced for the remainder of this year. It's called the THJA
Medals Final. Click HERE to see the details.
There are major changes to the THJA for 2020. Click
HERE to view them.
The 2020 THJA Rule Book is now available. Click
HERE to view it.
We are looking for volunteers to help with the 2020 banquet. If you are interested in helping, contact Vicki Hunton
If you have subscribed to receiving your point standings by email, you need to
resubscribe for the new horse show year.There have been changes to the divisions
and last year's subscription may no longer be applicable. Click
HERE to make the change.
You can have point standings and show results emailed to you the moment they are
posted. Click HERE to set it up.
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