Programs


Rocky Mountain Show Jumping is committed to offering quality programs for Athletes of all levels. 





J.C. ANDERSON LEGACY MEDAL

This is a Jumper based Medal Series open to ANY athlete under the age of 25 as of January 1st. Medal classes will be held at competitions across the country at 1.20m-1.25m. Any competitor who competes in a minimum of 2 J.C. Anderson Legacy Medal classes during the year will be eligible to compete in the Eastern Regional Finals (Angelstone) and the Western Regional Finals (Rocky Mountain Show Jumping). The top 10 athletes from each region will be invited to compete at the National Finals to be held in 2018 at the prestigious Royal West. $40,000 in Athlete Development Bursaries will be awarded to the 20 qualifying riders in the amount of $2,000 each. The bursaries will be distributed to them, through the AEF and then by each respective Provincial/Territorial Federation.

At the J.C. Anderson Legacy Medal National Finals, aside from the accolades of competing in this prestigious Medal, the Gold, Silver, and Bronze medalists, along with 4th and 5th place, will share Athlete Development Bursaries totalling $27,500.00, with $10,000 being awarded to the National Champion.

 

Qualifying Specifications
Regional & National Finals Specifications







 
Championship Specifications

ROCKY MOUNTAIN NORTH AMERICAN U25 CHAMPIONSHIP

This is being introduced to allow athletes from across the country and around North America the chance to compete in a three phase Championship competition that ultimately presents Gold, Silver and Bronze Medals to the winners. Scheduled to be held during the week of June 20th – 24th, 2018 at the Rocky Mountain Show Jumping venue in Calgary. Canadian U25 athletes from across the country can apply for $50,000 in Athlete Development Travel Bursaries to assist them with expenses incurred to attend the Championship.

The Three Phase Championship will offer $20,000 in Prize Money (not funded by this program). In addition to the prize money for the Championship, the Gold, Silver, and Bronze medalists, along with 4th and 5th place, will share Athlete Development Bursaries totalling $27,500.00, with $10,000 being awarded to the Gold Medalist.






DEVELOPING RIDERS TOUR

In keeping with our goals of helping to improve the level of the sport in Alberta, we launched the Rocky Mountain Show Jumping Developing Riders Tour in 2007. The RMSJ Developing Riders Tour finals medals are presented to the riders at the Santa Claus Classic. Learn More…

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Rewards List
130 – One RMSJ Navy Blue Golf Towel
400 – One Free RMSJ Polar Fleece Vest
750 – One Free $30 Class at an RMSJ Indoor
1,250 – One Free Stall at an RMSJ Indoor Tournament
1,750 – One Free Division Entry at an RMSJ Indoor Tournament
2,500 – One Jumper Class $100 Start Fee
2,700 – One Free $225 Stall at an RMSJ Tournament
3,000 – One Grand Prix/Classic $250 Start Fee
3,240 – One Free $270 Stall at an RMSJ Tournament
3,600 – One Free $300 Stall at an RMSJ Tournament
4,500 – One Grand Prix/Classic $350 Start Fee
5,500 – One Grand Prix/Classic $400 Start Fee
6,000 – One Grand Prix/Classic $425 Start Fee
7,500 – One Grand Prix/Classic $525 Start Fee
10,000 – One Grand Prix $800 Start Fee

RMSJ HORSESHOE REWARDS PROGRAM

Earn horseshoes, and redeem them for discounts, a free stall, division entry fee, or even a free Grand Prix entry fee at any of our tournaments.

Sign up for Horseshoe Rewards by emailing rewards@rmsj.ca. RMSJ will present Horseshoes to exhibitors for their dollars spent at any of our events. Exhibitors will receive 1 reward for every $2 spent on classes, nomination fees and stabling fees (Admin, paramedic & association fees aren’t included) at any RMSJ event.

Rocky Mountain Show Jumping Horseshoes Rewards Program….just another way we dare to be different, and reward our exhibitors loyalty!