Jacksonville horse shows

Horseback Riding | Equestrian Events

Horse Shows in Jacksonville and St Augustine

Jacksonville Hotels | Saint Augustine | Amelia Island
Jacksonville Equestrian Center | Green Cove Springs

Welcome to the equestrian website for Jacksonville, FL your source for everything about horses in Jacksonville, Amelia Island, and St Augustine. Featuring information about the best horse stables, equine veterinarians, feed & hay stores, and horseback riding lessons.

Horse Shows

Jacksonville horse shows are sponsored by First Coast Classical Dressage, NTRL National Finals, Georgia Florida Rodeo Association, Duval County 4-H, Clay County 4-H, North Florida Arabian Horse Club, North Florida Dressage Association (NFDA), and the St. Johns River Pony Club.

Featuring horse shows and events at Jacksonville Equestrian Center and the Clay County Fairgrounds in Green Cove Springs.

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Jacksonville area horse shows include dressage, hunter jumper, show jumping, western open, team roping, barrel racing, 4-H, Pony Club, and breed shows.

Horse News

Jan 20, 2018
Volunteers Needed for FEI World Equestrian Games Tryon 2018
Tryon, NC
Volunteer inquiries are currently being accepted for the FEI World Equestrian Games™ Tryon 2018 (WEG). Expected to be the largest event in North America in 2018, the Games will be held at Tryon International Equestrian Center (TIEC) on September 11-September 23, 2018 in Tryon, N.C. More info...

Dec 24, 2017
Tax Benefits of Charitable Contributions Are Changing
Give More This Year
Your contribution to your favorite charity may produce a larger tax deduction in 2017 than in future years. So if you plan to give money to any charity next year, consider doing it this year instead. In fact, due to a much larger personal deduction on your taxes next year, you probably will not itemize any contributions, and therefore receive no tax benefit for contributions in the future. More info...

Dec 18, 2017
Signs of a Healthy Horse
By Tom Lenz, DVM, M.S., DACT
I tell veterinary students that to recognize a sick or lame horse, they need to look at a lot of healthy, sound horses. Horses vary, but there are signs of general goodExamination health that apply to all.

* Attitude - Healthy horses are bright and alert, and interested in other horses, you and their surroundings. They will roll occasionally, especially after being turned out, but always shake the dust off after rolling. A horse that rolls over and over and often looks at its side might be experiencing signs of colic. Contact your veterinarian. More info...

Nov 28, 2017
25% Off At Stateline Tack
Take advantage of this great sale for your holiday shopping for horse lovers. This is a unique opportunity to save big and get just the right gift for your favorite equestrian. Find horse tack, horse supplies, horse accessories, horse apparel, horse saddles, horse bags, horse blankets and sheets, horse footwear, horse halters and leads, horse harness, horse pest control, horse hoof care, hoof care, and horse supplements More info...