The THJA is surveying the membership about 2021 - Click here to have your say! 

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Virtual Equitation Challenge – Judged by Barbara Mitchell

Send us your photos!

Submit a good quality photo of yourself and your horse/pony over fences (preferably at a show, or over a nicely dressed and properly constructed fence) with the following information via Instagram or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . We will sort the photos into classes based on age groups and provide feedback and post the winners online via our social media channels. The winners will also receive prizes in the mail so make sure your mailing address is current! Remember you must have renewed your 2020 THJA membership to participate – Cost is $33.90 and you can participate in all of our virtual equitation classes as many times as you wish!  If you haven’t renewed, or would like to sign up you can do so online at at any time!

Online Equitation Judging 

1)    Horse and Rider Name

2)    THJA Number 

3)    Equitation Category - See Age Categories Below

4)    Coach/Trainer

5)    Zone

Categories – Hunter or Jumper 

A Equitation: a rider who is 15,16 or 17 on January 1

B Equitation: a rider who is 12,13 or 14 on January 1

C Equitation: a rider who is under 12 on January 1

Adult Equitation: a rider who is 18 + on January 1


Following Equestrian Canada’s announcement today to extend the suspension of EC sanctioned competition until June 30th, the THJA will also be extending the suspension of THJA points, scores, qualifications and rankings toward any THJA awards programs until June 30th.
The THJA COVID 19 Committee continues to meet weekly to discuss and monitor the ongoing developments and challenges that are unique to the THJA and our membership. 
As an organization the safety and well being of our members and their horses during these uncertain times remains our top priority. When we receive permission to be able to return to the business of hosting horse shows from Equestrian Canada and the appropriate provincial authorities, we will consult with each of the zones on their status, and move forward from there.
Stay Safe!