JD Show Horses - Focusing on creating excellence in both horse and rider!
Welcome To JD Show Horses!!


 
  
JD Show Horses is located at
 
8334 Concord Rd Delaware, Ohio 43015
Visit Concord Equestrian Center on Facebook!! www.facebook.com/concordteam
Concord Equestrian Center is a full service equestrian facility located in Delaware, Ohio. Jessica, Owner of Concord Equestrian Center and JD Show Horses, trains english and western all-around horses and offers riding lessons, horse club, judging and horse sales! We focus on creating excellence in horse and rider by starting and teaching a good foundation. We train and teach all ages, sizes and disciplines of horses and people. Come join the fun at Concord Equestrian Center!

Contact Jessica at 740-361-9411 or jdshowhorses@yahoo.com for more information!!
Connect with us on Facebook @ http://www.facebook.com/jdshowhorses

Job Opportunities
 
Riding Instructor-
·         Caring, energetic, knowledgeable individual to teach beginner through intermediate lessons every Saturday and 2-4 days per week.
·         Instructor must be knowledgeable in English and Western riding styles.
·         Instructor should be able to provide a solid foundation to young students, have tremendous patience, and be able to keep lessons fun, interesting, and tailored to the students’ needs and individual learning styles.
·         We provide instructor with supplies, safe horses, equipment and opportunities. All scheduling for lessons is completed through the office.
·         There may be other opportunities involving coaching at shows, riding/training, and assisting with numerous educational programs for the right individual. 
·         This position is for applicants age 18 and up.
·         Pay increase after 3 months!
 
Student Interns-These positions are unpaid (exchange work for riding time or lessons) some positions have the opportunity to become paid

Lesson Helpers-
·         Lesson Helpers manage the barn during lesson hours.
·         Lesson Helpers supervise students as they tack up for lessons, and educate students on proper handling of the horse on the ground, as well as proper grooming and tacking.
·         The lesson helper must also keep the barn presentable, keep the barn running in an orderly fashion, get students into lessons on time, help perform safety checks before mounting, assist with mounting and adjusting stirrups, fill water buckets, help with other barn chores as time permits, and communicate any issues or concerns to management.
·         Applicants for this position should have general knowledge of horses, tacking up with English and Western equipment, and be organized. 
·         This position is for applicants age 16 and up.
·         This is an unpaid position (work in exchange of riding time) but can become a paid position for the right individual

Student Volunteer-
Student volunteers are needed to help students tack for lessons and to assist the Lesson Helper (see duties above).
·         This is a great opportunity for students looking for more time in the barn.
·         These volunteers should be able to lead and handle horses safely, educate younger students on proper tacking, and help around the barn with chores that are assigned for the evening.
·         Students who are capable of riding outside of a lesson will be offered a horse to ride for up to an hour on a scheduled time/day of the week if they would like. 
·         Student Volunteers must be in 6th grade or older, an be able to volunteer one weekday evening 4:30pm to 7:30 or Saturday morning 9am-12 or Saturday 1pm-4.
 
Summer Camp Counselors-
·         Summer Camp runs in week long sessions for several weeks throughout the summer.
·         Camp Counselors must have extensive knowledge of horse care and be able to communicate knowledge effectively to campers.
·         Applicants should also be comfortable teaching riding lessons to beginner through intermediate students with the help of student volunteers as needed.
·         Counselors are provided with curriculum, schedule, supplies, and workbooks.
·         This position is for applicants 18 and up.
·         Applicants must have first aid, CPR, and concussion certification prior to the start of camp.
 

 2015 was a great year!!
















Mia Wunderlich and ItsAllAboutCharlenn, Congress Reserve Champion in Small Fry Equitation and Finalist is Small Fry Horsemanship!!





Abby Querry and Red Hot N Dangerous! Currently 23 in the Nation in L1 Hunter Under Saddle. Congress and Novice Championship finalist in L1 HUS!



 

 
















































Marina Marotto and Just Call Willy, Congress Finalists in the 11 and under Hunter Under Saddle!!





























Brooke Bradley and Skips Midnight Ride, multiple placings at the Novice Championship show in multiple events as well as Congress Finalist in L1 youth hunter under saddle. 































2015/2016 English IEA Team
Team Members include L-R
Abby Hatmaker, Elle Yount, Sarah Parker, Abby Querry, Allison Granger, Meaghan Suhodolsky, Marina Marotto, 
Not Pictured- Brooke Bradley, Abigail Hardy

















2015/2016 Western IEA Team
Team Members include L-R
Josie Cartolano, Clara Nemeth, Abby Querry, Kaelyn Starkey, Ellen Michela, Mason Dorsey, Allie Anthony
Not Pictured- Tori Kendle, Hannah Jackson, Marissa Schneider, Brooke Bradley




Whats Happening 2016!


  • January 10, Western IEA Show @Swanton
  • January 16, Western IEA Show @ Findlay
  • January 23, English IEA Show @ Stonegate
  • January 28-31, AQHA Show @Cloverdale, IN
  • February 6, Western IEA Show @ Xenia (HOSTED BY CEC)
  • February 13, HORSE CLUB 9:30am-12, $40
  • February 20-21, Springfield Open Show
  • February 27, HORSE CLUB 9:30am-12, $40
  • February 27, English Regionals @Sid Griffiths
  • March 5, Western IEA Regionals @Swanton
  • March 12, HORSE CLUB, 9:30am-12, $40
  • March 10-13, AQHA Show, Cloverdale, IN
  • March 19, English IEA Zones, 
  • March 19-20, AQHA Show, Wilmington, OH
  • March 24-27, March to the Arch, St. Louis MO
  • April 2, Western IEA Zones @Jackson
  • April 6-10, Madness, Wilmington, OH
  • April 21-24, IEA Nationals, Lexington Kentucky
  • April 28-May 1, International Show, Springfield, IL
  • May 4-8, AQHA Novice Championship Show, Raleigh NC
  • May 12-15, AAYHS Youth Show, Columbus,OH
  • May 27-30, NOQHA Show, Findlay, OH
  • June 4-5, OMI Show, Wauseon, OH
  • June 6-10, SUMMER CAMP!!! Ages 5 and up, $320, Registration form can be found on the Services and Prices page
  • June 16-19, Summer Six Pack, Findlay, OH
  • June 20-24, SUMMER CAMP, Any level, $320, Registration form can be found on the Services and Prices page
  • June 30-July 3, West Virginia AQHA Show, Winfield, WV
  • July 15-24, Buckeye Classic, Wilmington, OH
  • July 30, FARM SHOW AND OPEN HOUSE!! 10am
  • August 5-13, AQHYA World Show, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma










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