ASJL Qualifier – Course layouts

The course layouts for the league competition levels are available for download as a resource for individual events. The layouts may be used for any Qualifier; these are also the courses that are used in the season championships. Groundpoles Crossbars Beginner Welcome...

Other Competitions

The league Qualifier is very easy to integrate with other arena events. This is encouraged too, because adding a variety of competitions is both educational and fun for participants. Novice riders on a standard mount can explore a great range of experience in the...

The Qualifier: Scheduling

The ASJL rules are limited to a basic set of traditional guidelines, and otherwise support the greatest possible scope for individuality and creative approaches to holding events. The league establishes only one scheduling rule: the Warm-up. Though it is not strictly...

The Qualifier

Show jumping is a complex sport, but the many variables–focus, timing, balance, judgment, experience, control, training–condense into the single goal: jumping a clean round. In harmony with the simplicity of the sport’s demands, the league records...

Riding Clothes

The horse and equestrian pursuits have always had a relationship to fashion. Riding clothes may be a lesser-known factor of history, but saddle togs have lit up more than one page. Wherever horses and people gather, it seems fashion is a natural element. Pageantry is...

The ASJL Season Championships

The ASJL season-end finals are held locally at the end of each season, near the end of September. Every horse/rider combination that scores a clear round in a league Qualifier is entitled to attend. The main focus of the Championships is to promote community in...