Equestrian is one of the most fascinating sports in Special Olympics. The balance, stability, and proper communication between the horse and the rider is a key element for success in the sport.
Equestrian is a fall sport where athletes train and compete from June through October. Read below for further information.
The Equestrian Fact Sheet provides general information on a sport’s background, popularity and statistics in the Special Olympics sports world.
- Up to four classes
- One obstacle
- One equitation
- One games event
- Dressage (up to two consecutive level tests)
2022 Competition Documents
- Class 12 Walk Only Obstacles 2022
- Class 13 Novice Walk Trot Obstacles 2022
- Class 14 - Intermediate Walk Trot Obstacles 2022
- Class 15 - Independent Walk Only Obstacles 2022
- Class 16- Advanced Intermediate Walk Trot Obstacles 2022
- Class 17- Advanced Walk Trot Obstacles 2022
- Class 18- Advanced Walk Trot Canter Obstacles 2022
- Contact Susan Mejia at firstname.lastname@example.org for registration information
- Registration for the Fall Games Horse Show will be open between September 1st and 30th
- Video submissions will be accepted between September 20th and October 20th
- Final judging will take place on Saturday, October 22nd
We don’t have any upcoming events at this time, but please check back and join us at one of our events in the future.
Special Olympics New Jersey strives to provide additional sport training to our athletes so that they are at their best when it comes time for training and competition,
Coaches are encouraged to use the resources below to be as prepared as possible for equestrian training and competition.
If you have any questions on coaching, visit our coach section for information.