Use this page as a reference tool for all things related to Special Olympics New Jersey equestrian. We provide relevant information for athletes and coaches.
The Equestrian Fact Sheet provides general information on a sport’s background, popularity and statistics in the Special Olympics sports world.
The Official Special Olympics Sports Rules for cycling shall govern all Special Olympics competitions. View the most updated Equestrian Rules.
Article 1 provides general principles established by the Special Olympics Official General Rules that are not found in sport-specific rules. When there is conflict between a sport’s official rules and the general rules, the general rules in Article 1 will be followed.
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.
The equestrian training committee coordinates an in-person or live webinar coach training for bronze level certification every three years. A person who begins coaching during the three year span in between trainings will be assigned a mentor equestrian coach.
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.