Shows

A & AA Shows

A & AA Shows are a fantastic opportunity to travel around the country and compete against the best competition. HES travels across the country attending these shows and sees them as a very valuable experience for serious riders. 

We tirelessly prepare our riders to compete to the best of their ability and the stage that A and AA Shows have to offer is an impressive one to say the least. 

We have had riders compete in countless shows including Devon Horse show , Washington International Horse show, Equitation Finals, Maclay Finals, to name a few.

 

Schooling Shows (Local)

Hunters Edge is again pleased to be joining with Autumn Chase to put on schooling show series for 2019.

By working together, Hunters Edge and Autumn Chase are able to offer hunter and jumper exhibitors and trainers excellent venues and multiple horse show opportunities throughout the year that will combine to one year end point total.

University of Mississippi (IHSA) Shows

In 2015, the Ole Miss Equestrian Team partnered with Hunter’s Edge Stables as their premiere English-style Hunter Barn for their collegiate riding team. Ole Miss has riders of all skill levels, and the team comes for group lessons weekly. The team has continued to improve and began competing in the Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) events in spring 2016. The IHSA competitions are quite different, as compared to the United States Equestrian Federation (USEF) events that we usually attend. It challenges the college-age riders because they are randomly assigned horses to take into the ring for judging at the event. It truly tests the rider’s abilities to quickly adapt to the horse in a stressful situation. At Hunter’s Edge, we encourage the Ole Miss girls to frequently ride different horses during their lessons to improve their skills and abilities to adapt to the nuances of other horses.

Interscholastic Equestrian Association (IEA)

In the fall of 2019, HES is proud to announce the development of an official IEA program that serves students from 4th to 12th grade. Through this new program, riders will be introduced to the new competitive opportunities in a supportive and friendly environment. Scholarship offerings are made available to those wishing to purse a career in equestrian sports. 

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