President's Message

  • Greetings from the President Allison Wicks!

    Greetings from the President Allison Wicks!

    For those of you who don’t know me, the first thing you need to know is I love horses. My entire life has been nurtured by equestrian experiences including as a USEF-rated equestrian judge, rider, and a coach. I live, work and breath horses. My childhood memories have been shaped by the Utah Hunter Jumper Association-rated horse shows at Lynnleigh Farm, Utah State Fair Park, Alta Hills Farm, Rose Ranch, Murray Fairpark, Golden Spike and Millbrook Farm. Since 1974, every member of the UHJA has influenced my life in one way or another. I appreciate the camaraderie and foundations that this club has created in order to celebrate equestrian competition and activity. 

    The future direction of the UHJA has never been more exciting and promising. Highlighted by several UHJA and USHJA-rated shows, clinics, and fundraisers. General membership gatherings are in the works and we can all look forward to exquisite high point awards. Competions by Wasatch Horse Shows at the Salt Lake County Equestrian Center, Rose Ranch Hunter and Jumper Shows at Rose Ranch Stables, Promontory Equestrian Center in Park City and the UHJA Annual Horse Show and Medal Finals will have finalized dates and a schedule by February.

    The success of the Utah Hunter Jumper Association is based on membership activity. I hope my professional experience will provide support to all our members and open doors for productive feedback. Collaboration, sponsorships and media exposure are essential to moving our club forward to increase membership and growth. By allowing easier access for more people to learn and enjoy hunter and jumpers, we will increase our outreach and hopefully attract more members.

    I look forward to seeing you all at the UHJA meetings and shows which will kick into gear in March 2018. Please keep an eye out for the 2018 show schedule which we expect to be posted next month!

    Happy New Year!



Latest News

  • Feb 10 18

    Kelsey  Allred and her pony partner Raggedy Ann are the 2017 winners of Rose Ranch’s Triple Crown Jumper series.  The pair attended all three Triple Crown shows and bested the contest by a vast margin—106.5 points to 71.5 points for second place earned by Stella Ball and Snowman’s Poet.  Twilight, ridden by Allie Wicks took third place after racking up 44.5 points.

    Riders earned points in UHJA highpoint jumper classes during the Triple Crown Series events held at Rose Ranch in June, August and

  • Nov 25 17

    For show managers interested in holding the same show dates and/or adding new shows next year, please make sure you download the link below and get your contract into Nancy Armantrout ASAP! If you have any questions, please email Nancy Armantrout at

    2018 Show Contract

  • Jan 9 17

    Showtime, ridden by Emma Ericksen and owned by Anne Godfrey is the 2016 winner of Rose Ranch’s 2nd Annual Triple Crown Jumper Series. The winner earned 45% ($135) of the $300 prize money. Showtime competed in all three legs of the series and wound up the season with 91.5 points after competing in several divisions—Pony, 2’6 Jumper, Hopeful and Warm-up Jumper.

    Second place winner, Twilight took second place prize money in the series. Ridden by Allison Wicks, Twilight competed in all three shows

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