Baker County 4H
Baker County Extension Office
1025 West Macclenny Avenue
Bradford County 4H
Bradford County Extension
2266 N. Temple Avenue
Cavallo Farms is proud to offer many horse shows on our property throughout the year. We strive to provide a well run horse show with ample choices in classes to accommodate all levels of horses and riders. Cavallo Farms uses great judges from the entire South East area, many of them are licensed officials with USEF, to ensure fairness and maximum exposure for our Tallahassee riders.
PO Box 1311
Johns Island, SC
The Classic Company began show management in 1989 with the Tryon Fall Horse Show in Tryon, NC. The Classic Company tours the southeast with shows at the Georgia International Horse Park, the 1996 Olympic equestrian venue in Conyers, GA; the FENCE facility in Tryon, NC; plus a winter and spring circuit of shows in Gulfport, MS, and Charleston, SC. Each winter we manage an international competition in Jacksonville, FL.
Clay County 4H
Clay County Extension Office
2463 State Road 16 West
Green Cove Springs, FL
Fax: (904) 529-9776
Duval County 4H
Duval County Extension Office
1010 N McDuff Avenue
First Coast Hunter Jumper Association FCHJA
The purpose of FCHJA is to serve the community at large with amateur equestrian sports competition and education with the inclusion of events that successfully contribute and support local charities. Today our membership includes over one hundred and fifty horse enthusiasts and riders. Our objectives include:
* Inspire, sponsor, & encourage interest in equestrian amateur competition
* Promote good sportsmanship and encourage fair competition
* Educate horsemen, horsewomen, and the general public about equestrian sports
* Expand and enhance the image of equestrian competition
* Conduct educational clinics to increase the knowledge and competence of riders
* Conduct benefit horse shows in support of local charities and other worthy cause
Georgia Florida Rodeo Association
P.O. Box 435
Holistic Horse Health
10102 Parman Road
HHH opened the first full service Horse Rehabilitation Facility in North East Florida. Our services include rescue of downed and injured horses in addition to a complete line of physical therapy products and services. These products and services are state of the art in technology and application. Our facility offers full boarding and rehab boarding at very reasonable rates with plenty of pasture and paddock space. All our stalls are full 12x12 and attached to our 100x200 covered riding arena. We offer training and instructions in english and western disciplines. Outside trainers are welcomed to use our facility.
Horse Protection Association of Florida
Many of the horses that come to HPAF are malnourished, which is what comes to mind with "rescue". However, helping underfed and neglected horses is only a small part of what HPAF does. Almost every horse requires training or retraining. For those of you familiar with dog rescue, one of the main reasons that dogs are relinquished or abandoned is for behavioral issues. In other words, lack of training. The same is true in horses, only more so.
Horse Sense & Sensitivity
3666 Bridgewood Drive
Horse Sense and Sensitivity, Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides facilities and support for therapeutic and educational services for physically and mentally challenged children and adults in the Jacksonville area. Through the use of equine assisted therapy and hippotherapy, horses are used to provide physical and occupational therapy through a wide variety of activities. Licensed physical and occupational therapists create programs customized to the needs of each individual. On horseback, individuals work to strengthen muscles and to improve balance and coordination. As the horse “walks for them” they have the opportunity to feel what it would be like to walk by themselves, and they use muscles they have not been fully utilizing. The emotional connection to the horse provides an additional dimension to the therapy. Volunteers assist as “horse handlers” and “side-walkers” to insure the safety of participants. A wheelchair ramp is available for anyone needing to go directly from a wheelchair to the horse.
Horse Shows In The Park
3665 Bannock St.
Horse Shows in the Park, LLC is an Affiliate Member of the United States Hunter Jumper Association (USHJA)and offers Hunter/Jumper shows throughout the year.
Horse Shows in the Park will be sponsoring a number of wonderful awards during the Orlando Dressage Winter 2010-2011 circuit. We encourage you to go to their website at www.OrlandoDressage.com to learn more about their USEF rated shows taking place beginning in December 2010
North Florida Arabian Horse Club
The North Florida Arabian Horse Club is dedicated to promoting our beautiful Arabian breed as well as providing a way for all horse owners to show good sportsmanship and fellowship.
We offer several shows a year with classes for all ages of both horses and riders.
Our shows are meant to be a time that you can enjoy just being with your horse,
showing how proud you are of them and being with others who enjoy the same type of shows.
North Florida Hunter Jumper Association NFHJA
The purpose of this corporation is to foster the instruction and training of youth and adults for the purpose of improving and developing their equestrian capabilities, including holding clinics conducted by qualified instructors; educate and inform members and the general public on equestrian sports through horse shows on equitation, breeds of horses and the conduct of competition; to conduct at least one annual horse show, the net proceeds of which shall be donated to a local charity.Over the past ten years, NFHJA has donated in excess of $500,000 to local charities, including the Jacksonville Zoological Gardens, the Marine Corps Toys for Tots Foundation, the Children’s Christmas Party and the Clay County 4-H.
Northeast Florida Dressage Association NFDA USDF Region III
he mission of the Northeast Florida Dressage Association is to promote the sport of dressage in our region by organizing clinics, schooling shows, recognized National Dressage Federation Shows, and promote social networking among our members and community at larg
Saint John's River Pony Club
The mission of Pony Club is “to provide a program for youth that teaches riding, mounted sports, and the care of horses and ponies, thereby developing responsibility, moral judgment, leadership and self-confidence.” Members of USPC have joined an organization dedicated to producing well-rounded horsemen and women and one that has produced many of the past and current Olympic and International riders.
St.Johns River Pony Club is in the Sunshine Region and includes Duval and St.Johns Counties.
South Wind Dressage and Eventing Association SWDEA
"The purpose of the South Wind Dressage & Eventing Association, Inc. (SWDEA) shall be to promote activities directed toward a better understanding of dressage, eventing, and horsemanship."
There are several benefits to becoming a member of South Wind Dressage and Eventing Association SWDEA . Our members are close friends and we have a great time when we get together. Of course we also have a common interest, and we hope to further our cause.
We invite anybody interested in the equestrian community to contact South Wind Dressage and Eventing Association SWDEA. We will discuss different issues and horse related topics throughout the year. Members are invited to all club activities, shows, parties, banquets and more!
Southern Hunter Jumper Association - SHJA
President: Marsha Hartford-Sapp
P.O Box 14363
The purpose of Southern Hunter Jumper Association SHJA, in support of the local equestrian community, is to provide an organizational structure with which to keep an accurate listing of current members, record points accrued by members at recognized shows, hold an annual awards banquet, and promote the ideals of sportsmanship. To accomplish this purpose, Southern Hunter Jumper Association SHJA shall sanction local horse shows for which application is made. Southern Hunter Jumper Association SHJA encourages show management of any SHJA sanctioned show to carefully consider the safety of riders and horses, rules of good sportsmanship and fairness to all participants.