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Looking for an exciting and eco-friendly activity this summer?


Green Is the New Blue invites equestrians and horse enthusiasts to join the #SettingGreenerStandards Challenge and revolutionize course design. Not only will participants enjoy a fun bonding experience, but their coaches will also receive the gift of new jumps for their arenas.

Anyone Can Join the Movement!

Enter the contest via the forum below and share your photo to social media. Be sure to use the hashtag #SettingGreenerStandards and tag @green_is_the_new_blue! 

All entries will be showcased on Green Is the New Blue's social media platforms and website. The contest will run until September 4th, 2023 with winners announced via social media.

Photo: Kathleen Bailey


Setting Greener Standards

Recycled Jump

Unleash your creativity by designing a jump made entirely from recycled materials. Give your arena a fresh look and take pride in having built the jump (or jumps!) yourself. Explore your farm, home, or local thrift store to find items to upcycle into your design. From old wood flooring, wooden crates, and pallets to leftover home improvement materials, and floral decorations, the possibilities are endless.

Photo: Cranberry Acres Equestrian


Setting Greener Standards

Living Jump

Support pollinators such as butterflies, birds, and bees by creating a Living Jump. Identify beneficial native plants that provide essential food or habitat for these vital species and incorporate them into your jump's design. Consider factors such as sunlight and water requirements, as well as the jump's location in the arena or field. The National Wildlife Federation's Native Plant Finder is an excellent resource to identify native plants and learn how to care for them.

Photo: Cranberry Acres Equestrian

Contest Entry

Anyone can join the movement! Upload your photo here.

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