Mary Babick Leads By Example

November 1, 2012:  This New Jersey-based trainer and educator has been nominated for president of the United States Hunter Jumper Association. Babick will be presented for election at the USHJA Board of Directors meeting on Tuesday, December 4, during the USHJA Annual Meeting, which runs from December
​3-6, in Miami, Florida.  Read More

Get to Know USHJA President-Elect, Mary Babick

October 18, 2016: We sat down with the USHJA President-Elect Mary Babick to find out a little more about her and what's to come for the organization and our sport. Here's a short Q&A with her. Be sure to check out an in-depth story about Babick in the November issue of USHJA In Stride.. Read the Inverview at USHJA.org

Obstacles are No Hurdle for USHJA's Mary Babick 

December 14, 2014:  No matter what obstacles she faces, Mary Babick somehow manages to overcome them.  Her secret? "I'm like water; water always gets through," she said, adding slyly, "the Grand Canyon was created by water."

Babick, the U.S. Hunter Jumper Association's vice president for hunters, was saluted with the Presidential Distinguished Service Award in Las Vegas last week at the organization's annual meeting, which marked its 10th anniversary.
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​​Mary Babick Named Next President of the USHJA

September 12, 2016: Today, the United States Hunter Jumper Association Board of Directors elected Mary Babick as the next president of the organization, during the Board of Directors meeting held in Dallas, Texas. Babick will take office on December 15, following the final Board of Directors meeting of the USHJA Annual Meeting, which will be held in Palm Springs, California. Read More at USHJA.org

New Governance Structure Takes Root at the
​USHJA Annual Meeting

December 7, 2012:  Highlights include: Mary Babick as Volunteer of the Year; Pam Baker and Arthur Hawkins as Lifetime Achievement Award winners; Gail Horrigan as the Amateur Sportsmanship Award winner; Harry Gill as the Owner's Legacy Award winner; Henley Adkins as the Youth Sportsman's Award winner; Hannah Bentz as the Youth Leadership Award winner; Julie Agar and Janet Fall as the Vital Staff Award winners; and Sissie Anderton, Keiri Kaneps and Laura Pickett as the winners of the Jane Marshall Dillon Award. Read Full Article

Mary Babick Nominated as Next USHJA President

October 19, 2012:  The USHJA Nominating Committee announces Mary Babick of Freehold, NJ, as its candidate for the office of President of the United States Hunter Jumper Association. Read More

​​Young riders get their chance at EAP

August 16, 2015: It wasn't quite boot camp, but the 16 teenage riders who went through the Emerging Athletes Program regional training session in Gladstone last week knew that they and their horses had undergone a major epiphany since arriving at the U.S. Equestrian Team Foundation headquarters five days earlier.  Read More at NJ.com

Featured Knightsbridge Riders: Ariana Morales, Emma Brown & Tracy Schmidt.

KNIGHTSBRIDGE FARM IN THE NEWS

USHJA Announces Newly Elected Officers and
​Board of Directors Members

December 4, 2012:  The United States Hunter Jumper Association is pleased to announce the newly elected Officers and Directors named today, December 4, during the USHJA Annual Meeting in Miami, Florida. Bill Moroney was re-elected as President. Other officers elected included: Mary Babick, Vice President of Hunter Discipline; David Distler, Vice President of Jumper Discipline; Larry Langer, Secretary; and Dianne Johnson, Treasurer. Read More