Welcome to West Tennessee Hunter Jumper Association
West Tennessee Hunter Jumper Association (WTHJA) has been dedicated to promoting excellence in horsemanship, riding, training and competition in the hunter jumper industry throughout West Tennessee and the surrounding areas since 1982 and now as a 501 (c) (3) entity. WTHJA produces 'National' rated USEF/USHJA horse shows and schooling shows that attract participants from across the South, Central and Midwestern United States.
2020 WTHJA Show Dates
Spring Schooling Show Cancelled
Springtime in Dixie (National rated) Cancelled
Springtime Encore (National rated) Cancelled
Memphis in May I (National rated) Cancelled
Memphis in May II (National rated) Cancelled
Fall Schooling Show Oct 31, 2020
Harvest Time (National rated) Nov 5 - 8, 2020
Memphis Charity (National rated) Nov 12-15, 2020
Looking for 2021 show dates? Check out the shows page for more info.
Send your stall reservations to Barney (901) 606-3450 or email@example.com
Fall Schooling Show Forms
Prizelist | Entry Form
Hungry, Not Hangry
We get it--horse showing is hard work. Whether you're in the saddle or out of it, it's easy to work up an appetite. That's why we've invited Chef Charmaigne for the duration of both our "A" shows. Check out the horse show menu!
Harvest Time & Memphis Charity Forms
IMPORTANT NOTE: Everyone must print and sign the waiver and release below--every owner, rider, and trainer. Minors must have an adult sign for them.
Print and sign both: Waiver | Release Agreement
Prizelist | Schedule | Entry Form
News Highlights - October 2020
Letter from the WTHJA President
Greetings WTHJA Members and Friends,
As summer winds down, I would like to take a moment to update you on the happenings within WTHJA. While we were sadly compelled to cancel all of our spring shows, we are eagerly preparing for 3 upcoming events:
• October 31 Fall Schooling Show
• November 5 - 8 Harvest Time (National rated)
• November 12 - 15 Memphis Charity (National rated)
The WTHJA Board made the decision to forego year end awards for 2020 due to the lack of shows that would constitute a full year. Also, in accordance with our desire to adhere to the best public health and safety efforts, we will NOT be hosting a year end dinner. We hope all of these efforts will culminate in our ability to host a full show year in 2021 with a year end banquet in January of 2022.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact me.
Thank you for your continued support of WTHJA.
Susan Davidoff, WTHJA President
New Fall Shows!
In addition to our Fall Schooling Show (Oct 31) and Harvest Time (Nov 5-8), we will have a NEW show:
Memphis Charity Nov. 12-15
Harvest Time will have a $5000 Hunter Derby and our $1000 Low Hunter Derby for riders and horses that compete at the 2'6" level.
The Memphis Charity will have our Finale $10,000 Hunter Derby!!
Look for details soon here and in email blasts to trainers.
Hope to see you all there!
Information on new Safe Sport Training requirements and 2019 Microchipping Rules are now available on our Resources page.
Horse Recordings and Memberships
Memberships and horse recordings are not required for 2020! We plan for things to be back to normal for 2021. BOTH WILL BE REQUIRED to earn 2021 WTHJA year-end points.
If you're not sure your status, you can check on the Membership page!
Come volunteer with us!
We welcome volunteers at our shows! Help is needed with parties, breakfasts, special events, and transportation of judges to and from the airport.
Contact Barney (901) 606-3450 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Many thanks to our major show sponsors, The Memphis Sports Council and Memphis Convention and Visitors Bureau! These entities are an important part of the Memphis Area tourism scene and can help you with ideas for just about any activity when you are in the area for one of our shows.
Visit their website, www.MemphisTravel.com to find information on Memphis area attractions, restaurants, hotels, nightlife and more, plus special offers!