Hansen and Ritter Benno have dominated the competition this week, as the pair did not earn a score lower than 70% for their efforts and have been working towards a strong performance in their last appearance at NAJYRC. Hansen was still shocked with the results, making their conclusion to... Read More
Sophie Simpson of (18, Wellington, FL) and Why Not accomplished a rare feat in the longstanding history of NAJYRC, as the pair secured the individual gold medal in the Young Rider Individual portion of competition, without adding a single fault to their score the entire week. Read More
Hansen and Ritter Benno have taken the week by storm, first anchoring Region 1 in the Young Rider Team Test, in which they earned the gold medal, as well as rocketing to the top of the leaderboard in the Young Rider Individual Test. The 2001 Westphalian gelding has proved to be worth his own... Read More
"Being on a team can be really stressful because you want everything to go right for your teammates. When you're on a team it's a great experience and you have a whole new network of people, but you're not only worried about yourself anymore and how you're ride is going to go. You're now hoping... Read More
The four gentlemen representing the Mexico North Junior Team in the USHJA North American Junior & Young Rider Show Jumping Championships Junior Team competition finished with a total of 16 faults in the Nations' Cup formatted class to earn victory, as Carlos Hank Guerrerio (16, Mexico City,... Read More
"I think that this competition is invaluable. When you have an opportunity to compete against people who are riding at your level, but then have a chance to ride against people from different countries at the same time, you form bonds that you have for the rest of your life," said Hansen. "To... Read More
The USHJA North American Junior & Young Rider Championships are set to welcome 52 total entries, with 23 pairs entered in the Young Rider Individual championship and 29 entries set to contest the Junior Rider Individual championship. A single Canadian team, two Mexican teams, alongside four... Read More
Follow along with the Young Rider International Dream Program group as they attend the World Equestrian Festival in Aachen and get the chance to learn from people like Read More
As evidenced by ever increasing participation numbers, the popularity of ponies for dressage in the U.S. is skyrocketing. Read More
This is an exciting opportunity for your child to experience Dressage in its at its' best. The camp provides theory and practical riding lessons, private and group. The children will also be coached in horsemanship, nutrition, fitness, and elements of competition as well as video review sessions. Read More

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