NAJYRC Social Media Round-Up, Presented by Kentucky Performance Products

The FEI North American Young Rider & Junior Championship is underway in Saugerties, New York for the Dressage and Jumper riders and Rebecca Farm for the Eventers, and we’re pleased as punch to see horses and riders succeeding in all directions!

Here’s a little recap on some of the early wins in Saugerties, courtesy of the FEI NAJYRC Facebook Page:

And a little look around at the people and places through your lens! Keep tagging your posts with #NAJYRC for more roundups in the coming days!

5 tips from my experience at najyrc for all of the superstars competing at it right now! Wifi is terrible so it's better on a computer but if you turn your phone sideways that works too 😉 good luck the rest of the week all you rock stars! Lauren Asher Molly O'Brien Katrina Sadis Ava MacCoubrey Rachel Nicole Robinson Leah Tenney Emily E. Smith to name a few 😘

Posted by Anna Buffini on Thursday, July 20, 2017

Off to najyrc!!! But first flying the horses via FedEx next step NY!

Posted by Kelly Irving-Burris on Thursday, July 13, 2017

pre-jog photo op with Balou ❤️💙#Z2 #NAJYRC

A post shared by Ailish Cunniffe (@ailishcunniffe) on

Zone 10 team parade ❌ #najyrc #najyrc2017#zone10

A post shared by Clea Caddell (@cleacaddell) on

Coco & Bart! #najyrc #ssp

A post shared by Grace Schinsing (@sassystridesphotography) on

Another NAJYRC photo! // #nsphotographs #nicoleschultzphotography #NAJYRC

A post shared by Nicole Schultz (@_nsphotographs) on

Just another day at the office… #horseshowmom #saugerties #HITS #randflife #workfromanywhere #hurryupandwait

A post shared by Stephanie Wood Toomey (@steph.toomey) on

(This next ‘gram series is actually from a friend across the aisle in dressage land, but it captures the spirit of the NAJYRC so perfectly! We wish lots of luck to our flat work friends, as well!)

Best of Luck to Zone 4, and all participating Young Riders in the NAJYRC this week at @hitshorseshows!

A post shared by Full Circle Farm (@fullcirclefarmjumpers) on

Go Jumping!


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