The Split Rock Jumping Tour, in Lexington, Kentucky bring a European feel to the American show jumping scene. Developed as an entertaining sporting event it provide competitors, sponsors and spectators with an unparalleled Show Jumping experience. Two action-packed international competitions in the spring (May 22-14) and fall (October 9-11) of 2015 introduce Derek Braun's Split Rock Farm as a venue. Attracting top international and Olympic athletes to a venue featuring entertainment, shopping and amenities unparalleled in today's American Show Jumping scene. The Split Rock Jumping Tour seeks to revolutionize the way competitors, sponsors and spectators can benefit from an international event in the U.S.

"Shark is a great horse. I have had him since he was five," continued Willis. "He is out of the same mare as my good horse Blue Movie, and by Arko III, so he is bred to do the job, and he did the job today." Read More
Split Rock Jumping Tour's highly anticipated Lexington International CSI*** show jumping competition is underway and runs May 24-28, 2017, on the beautiful Split Rock Farm facility Read More
"I don't know what to say, I am just really excited," said Ilan Bluman after the prize giving. "This is my second FEI ranked win. I have been working for that for almost five years. I am really happy with my horse, he is amazing. I got him when he was six and he is now only eight, so he is really... Read More
"He was such a good horse for me in that jump-off," said Horn. "Olivia and Kady both gave it a really good shot, but I had the same strategy as always going into the jump-off. Go as fast as we were comfortable and go clear. I had to just believe in my plan. It was a little nerve wracking waiting... Read More
"It is my first time winning an FEI ranking class," said Bluman, 27. "It is truly a special moment for me. It was a really hard course. The time allowed was tight. I was talking with my cousin (two-time Olympic veteran Daniel Bluman) before the jump-off and I just wanted to go clear, I didn't... Read More
"It is my first time here and it's a lovely show, it's been very good for me," said Coyle, 22, in his heavy Irish brogue. "I couldn't be any happier. The horse that won is only eight and she has only jumped a handful of 1.45 meter classes and I think she will be a very good horse in the future.... Read More
Horses and riders representing ten foreign countries and the United States took the first steps in the quest for top awards in The Bourbon International CSI 3*, part of the Split Rock Jumping Tour, when they participated in the FEI Jog. The Jog allows the Ground Jury, consisting of Leslie Brown ... Read More
The Split Rock Jumping Tour hit the mark in multiple ways this past weekend. With a mission to create an "unparalleled show jumping experience", the second event in Lexington, KY, was spectacular from the ground up. The intimate equestrian event was well-attended and received high praise. The... Read More
On a clear and cool Fall morning, the action in The Rock Jumping Field kicked off with the $7,500 UltrOZ™ Low Junior-Amateur/Owner Final, followed by the $7,500 Brook Ledge Horse Transportation High Junior/Amateur Final. Later, the afternoon show jumping commenced with the $15,000 El Milagro U25... Read More
On a picture-perfect Fall day in Lexington, the Split Rock Jumping Tour welcomed 36 horse and rider combinations in the $100,000 CSI3* Grand Prix, presented by Split Rock Farm, with five making it to the jump-off. Some of the sport's top international athletes competed today, attracting a great... Read More


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