Statement of Purpose: The Arizona Hunter Jumper Association, Inc. was formed in December, 1992 to promote quality horsemanship and sportsmanship throughout all aspects of the hunter and jumper industry, to provide high levels of communication and responsibility to the general membership and bring national recognition to the state and its many fine riders and trainers.

Responsibility: The Arizona Hunter Jumper Association, Inc. was founded to serve its members and such members through their representative Board of Directors, shall have the power to amend, change, delete, or otherwise alter the rules and regulations of the Association as they see fit, as long as majority rule is maintained and all provisions of the Bylaws, Rules and Specifications are followed.

  • USHJA is now offering Children's and Adult Amateur Hunter Regional Championships that provide riders with a competitive team experience and an opportunity to earn Zone Horse of the Year Championship points in their respective Children's or Adult Amateur Hunter section. Find out about the format of the Regional Championships, and check your region's page for deadlines, locations and to apply go to Qualifying and application deadlines differ for each Regional Championships. If you've not already done so, you must apply to have your Children's or Adult Amateur Hunter points count toward qualifying, and the application does not indicate a commitment to attend. Review the program specifications for additional details. If you have any questions, contact Shelly Nelson at or (859) 225-6722.
  • AHJA and HITS Inc are please to present a clinic with Fran Dotoli, February 6th & 7th at Pima County Fairgrounds in Tucson, AZ! Please see the downloads section of our website for the clinic application.
  • The silent auction run in conjunction with the banquet is benefiting Reigning Grace Ranch. We are still looking for donations and all proceeds will go to the charity. If you are interested in donating to the auction, please contact Leslie Jones at