Advancing American Jump Racing Through Opportunity

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Race Meets & Organizers

racemeets1The first steeplechase race meet recorded in America was in the 1700s.

Since then, the sport has been maintained, thanks in part, to the enthusiastic race meet organizing committees who put on the meets for the delight of its participants, including more than half a million spectators who attend each year. As a result, millions of dollars are raised for charity each year and thousands of acres of land are perpetually saved from development.

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Grinding Speed - photo by Tod Marks

More Information about Race Meets

American jump racings’ sanctioned meets are put on by the following organizations. Links to their websites will be provided in 2016.

  • Aiken Steeplechase Association
  • Atlanta Steeplechase
  • Block House Races
  • The Steeplechase at Callaway
  • Carolina Cup Racing Association
  • Charleston Cup
  • Colonial Cup Racing Association
  • Fair Hill Races
  • Far Hills Race Meeting
  • Foxfield Spring Races
  • Genesee Valley Hunt Races
  • Grand National Steeplechase
  • High Hope Steeplechase
  • International Gold Cup
  • Iroquois Steeplechase
  • Maryland Hunt Cup
  • Middleburg Spring Races
  • Montpelier Hunt Races
  • My Lady's Manor
  • Pennsylvania Hunt Cup
  • Queen's Cup Steeplechase
  • Radnor Hunt Races
  • Shawan Downs, Inc.
  • Stoneybrook Steeplechase
  • Virginia Fall Races
  • Virginia Gold Cup
  • Willowdale Steeplechase
  • Winterthur Races