Split Rock Jumping Tour is ON again, this time at Brave Horse Equestrian Center in Ohio. SRJT shows are some of the most enriching horse show experiences out there, from the difficult courses (no “gimmes” here!) to the clean facilities and excellent footing. The Columbus International I CSI2* just wrapped up, and it’s on to the Columbus International II starting September 30. Scroll on for adventure (or just, really shiny horses).
Jessica Mendoza just keeps killing it at every SRJT class she enters!
Horse show dog patrol.
If your horse isn’t available for your class, just grab your dog.
Respect! It’s hard to keep a grey clean, AND win Best Turned Out Award on top of that!
No. No jog today. Back to my stall, kthxbye.
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When you are a strong independent horse and you insist on jogging yourself 🏃♂️ @jenniferkgates mount, Capital Colnardo, has his own ideas for today’s Hyaluronex FEI jog at the @splitrockjumpingtour Columbus International I CSI 2* #winslowphoto #winslowphotography #winslowphotographer #horsesofinstagram #equinesofinstagram #equinephotography #horsephotograpy #fei #splitrockjumpingtour #splitrockjumpingtourcolumbus
Out of every group of horses, there’s always that one…
Stirrups…just unnecessary decorations on your saddle.
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No stirrup. No problem🤘 Penny Brennan rocked her jump off round aboard her trusty partner Hells Angel, and even a lost stirrup didn’t stop her from speeding through the finish with a blazing fast time! Rock on Penny! #winslowphoto #winslowphotography #winslowphotographer #splitrockjumpingtour #splitrockjumpingtourcolumbus #horsesofinstagram #equinesofinstagram
Even her horse looks proud of this round!
No horse? All you need is a cute accessory. All set.
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