Oregon Hunter Jumper Association

Please plan to join OHJA for the 2023 Medal Finals competition! This will be held during the Oregon Summer Classic rated show hosted by Team NW at Hunter Creek in Wilsonville, OR on August 25-26.

Thank you for joining us at the Concussion Awareness and Helmet Safety Clinic: April 1, 2023 at Devonwood Equestrian Center

Attention all OHJA members! We are very excited to announce part one of our Concussion Awareness and Helmet Safety event series hosted at the DevonWood Equestrian Centre Clubhouse on April 1st, 2023. This event is also open to USDF members who are attending the Devonwood Don't Be a Fool Dressage Show April 1-2 at Devonwood. Thanks to the generosity of Gallops Saddlery, we will be providing hors d'oeuvres and drinks for all attendees. This event is free to all, but tickets are required and seating is limited. Our featured speaker is Emily Kosderka Ph.D., ATC, a fellow equestrian and professor of health and human performance, who will educate us on recognizing and managing concussions as well as returning to riding after a concussion and the Virginia Tech Helmet Study, and Patty Cameron, who will discuss the importance of helmet fit. Gallops will also have helmet fitters on hand to check fit after the presentations as well as helmets for sale so please bring your helmets! We will also have fantastic items including a OneK Helmet being raffled off and all proceeds will go to OHJA scholarship and rider fund programs. We’re so excited to see our OHJA and USDF members there! PLEASE RESERVE A TICKET

Thank you for joining us on Jan 7th, 2023 to celebrate our membership's 2022 successes! 

We are looking forward to a great 2023; the show season has already begun - make sure to renew your membership now so you don't miss any points this year. Contact us at membership@oregonhunterjumper.com for help with your renewal or if you have questions.

Welcome to the official website of the Oregon Hunter Jumper Association. 

The OHJA is an affiliate of the United States Hunter Jumper Association and is Oregon’s largest hunter/jumper association with over 400 members throughout the State engaged with hunters, jumpers, and equitation.  The OHJA includes members of all skill levels, and members from home barns to show barns and everything in between. The OHJA offers its members camaraderie, competition, and a community of others who have a shared love for the sport and our equine partners.