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Since 1994, the Manitoba Hunter Jumper Association has put on horse shows and athlete development programs for equestrians throughout the province. In this time, we have fostered a love of horses and sportsmanship among people of all ages. As a non-profit organization, the MHJA is made up of a volunteer Board of Directors and shows and events are only made possible through the hard work of our volunteers and the generous support of our sponsors.
A contribution of any amount can make a difference in the Manitoba hunter-jumper community. In addition to running the only nationally-recognized hunter-jumper show in the province, the MHJA also hosts a variety of grassroots events to promote the sport and increase the accessibility of horse sports to the community at large.
Sponsorship is integral to the continued success of our organization, and funds are used in a variety of important ways including updating and improving equipment, hiring qualified officials, and bringing in professionals from across Canada to teach clinics to local riders and elevate the sport in Manitoba.
As a show of gratitude for our sponsors, we offer a variety of promotional considerations including displaying your company logo at our show venues, naming rights to classes at our most prestigious shows, and advertising in our prize list and on our website
If you have any questions or would like to become a sponsor, please contact Christine Budzak at

Thank you to our 2021 Sponsors!

  • The Janzen Wealth Management Group RBC

  • Leabank Equestrian

  • The Turski Family

  • Greenhawk Equestrian Sport Winnipeg


  • Selkirk Chrysler Dodge Jeep Ram

  • Elders Equine Veterinary Service

  • Dr. Billy Wiltshire Orthodontics

  • Northfield Farms


  • Everlasting Memorials

  • Oakley Alarms

  • Ann Loewen Medical Corporation

  • Sidygin Stables


  • Lauren Lancaster Designs

  • Atkinson's Livestock

  • Noventis Credit Union

  • Margie Forbes Photography

  • Curry Stables

  • Joel Kay & Cindy Lazar


  • Tyndall Wood Farms

  • Geri Sweet


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